Build Plumb Plastics offer a full range of land drainage pipe and land drainage fittings manufactured by Naylor Drainage and Polypipe Civils and are manufactured to BS4962 Kitemark. These flexible drainage pipes are perfect as field drainage pipes and are therefore often utilised in an agricultural environment.

Land Drainage Pipe otherwise known as flexible drainage pipe or field drainage pipes, are used to reduce the excess water which can lead to restricted land access, reduced crop yield, erosion and environmental damage. Our Land Drainage Pipes come in either perforated or unperforated and we also provide the correct non-woven geotextile used to wrap the flexible drainage pipe to prevent the ingress of soil, silt, leaves etc. often found restricting field drainage pipes. This geotextile will maintain the performance of your drainage pipe while allowing for water to filter through the membrane.

In addition to rolls of non-woven geotextile membrane we now stock Geotextile Filter Socks. These convenient and easy to use coils of filter membrane simply pull over the land drain pipe to encase the pipe in the filter sock. This saves time and effort when installing your land drains.

Our plastic land drainage pipes are flexible and are therefore also referred to as flexible drainage pipe. They are durable and easy to install with a full range of fittings available in 60mm, 80mm,100mm and 160mm. Each land drainage coil comes supplied with one connector. We also stock a full range of plastic land drainage end caps and multi junctions. Don't overlook our drainage chambers!

If you are looking to buy the cheapest available, quality and certified, land drainage pipe and land drainage fittings or need technical assistance with your drainage requirements, please feel free to call our technical support team on 01255 258525.

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  • What does land drainage do?
    Land drainage is the process of removing excess water from soil to improve its fertility and prevent waterlogging. It involves installing a system of pipes or channels that allow water to flow away from the land, either by gravity or with the help of pumps. This helps to prevent soil erosion, improve crop yields, and reduce the risk of flooding.
  • How deep should a land drain be?
    Land drains should be installed at a depth of at least 18 inches (45cm) below the surface of the ground. However, the depth may vary depending on the soil type and the drainage requirements of the specific area. It is recommended to consult with a professional before installing a land drain.
  • Do you need planning permission for land drains?
    It depends on the specific regulations in your area. In some cases, you may need planning permission for land drains if they are considered a significant alteration to the land. It's best to check with your local planning authority to determine if you need permission before proceeding with any drainage work.
  • What size is the land drainage pipe?
    Land drainage pipes come in various sizes, ranging from 60 mm to 150 mm in diameter. The size you need will depend on the amount of water you need to drain and the size of the area you are draining. It is best to consult with a professional to determine the appropriate size for your specific needs.
  • What is the best pipe for underground drainage?
    The best pipe for underground drainage depends on several factors, including the type of soil, the depth of the pipe, and the amount of water flow. Some popular options include PVC, HDPE, and corrugated metal pipes. It's important to consult with a professional to determine the best option for your specific needs.