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  • We are a Santry family run business specialising in all aspects of paving and driveway construction.

     

    paving contractors Santry

     

    With over 20 years experience, we have earned a big reputation for our service and quality. We only use top quality materials and our team is of a very high standard.

    Whatever your requirement, a stunning new driveway, a beautiful new patio or garden seating area, we are able of offer a wide variety of colours, styles and patterns to ensure a unique finish that will not only look great, but will withstand the elements for years to come.

    Based in Santry, we cover all areas in Santry and the surrounding areas.

     

    Your Santry, professional driveway, patio and block paving experts.

     

    Santry paving contractors

    We pride ourselves on being one the longest established driveway companies in the Santry.

     

    A new driveway from STM Santry Block Paving is one of the finest investments you can make, with a full range of contemporary and traditional block paving available.

    Santry (Irish: Seantrabh, meaning “Old tribe”) is a suburb on the northside of Dublin, Ireland, bordering Coolock, Glasnevin, Kilmore and Ballymun. It is also a civil parish in the ancient barony of Coolock.[1] Today it straddles the boundary of Dublin City and Fingal County Council area.

    The character of the area has changed in the last 100 years, from a district centred on a large estate, and later small village, to a modern, rather dispersed, mixed-use suburb. Much of the old village is gone and where there were once fields full of crops, and wild woodlands of all sorts, there are now housing estates, an athletics stadium, a shopping complex, industrial parks and busy roads leading to Dublin Airport. Morton Stadium was until recently the home to the newest League of Ireland club—Sporting Fingal; however, the club was disbanded in 2011 when problems emerged with their ability to raise sponsorship. The Trinity College Library has a depository at Santry which holds three million books.[2]