Gate that size and weight neds 3 feet into the ground to make it stable and I'd have used a 9x9 oak post
The correct way requires a lot of work and cutting.
As Ian has said it should be fine as its a small fall.
As you plan to finish flush I'd be...
Mortar = building sand.
You will make a mess with sharp sa d as it won't hold the water.
Sharp sand will crack and look grainy too.
Talk to your contractor, if he's worth his salt you'll be very happy with his advice.
You have a lot of concerns so difficult to advise without...
Local garden machinery for all your needs, once a year or as needed if you can't diy
I should think that's a properly constructed paved area.
80 mm paving on a substantial base.
Its normal to get depressed areas from worms ants...
The paving needs some minor remedial works to sort it.re-sand and compacting again.
The sand has been washed out from under the paving as these...
Your siply putting a light shed on it.
Most of the shed will be on the old base anyway.
Shutter and lay the extra. Build shed, have a beer..
I'd think it's come away from the bedding..
I used pva in the mix when I laid slate paving in a wet mortar
Hopefully it's just a bit of poor...
No problem planning wise.
Just lay a path and put a slight fall so it drains to lawn.
A nice slab would be fine, and clean so your floor should be ok
Get some araldite type epoxy, so you can mix it, then add some fine sand or grit similar colour to slab.
Even crush some stone into fine dust....
You can try an epoxy resin, but its a unstable surface so anything you try will be temporary
Probably not, i came across this many times in my professional paving career.
Plastic shed on this will not work if its one of these thati put up...
Box air brick in with a edging about a foot from the house.
You can sheet and lay shingle at lower level, so it drains below A-brick
You can use longer concrete slotted posts 10 ft and concrete graval (boards) to make up the soil deapth.
Be a sight easier too and cheeper, neater
Be ok but they will be slabs on sand, so a basic diy job.
Easy to relay again in a year or 3
Its for gravel.. Not permiable paving, it will move more with shingle topping.
By permeable you mean Allows water to pass through..
Mot type 1 is frost prof so doesnt absorb water but will allow water to pass...
Its frosted, shaled off.
Not a lot you can do really, you could move that slad to a corner and put a good one back
Seriously, that's a super garden, as above, all
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