En-Tout-Cas Tennis Courts Ltd provide different tennis court playing surfaces and multi-use games areas for home or tennis club use. They offer a range of features and benefits in terms of court life, maintenance and suitability for the games you want to play and the ability and age of the players.

For home use, we recommend either Savanna which is soft, durable and the most advanced synthetic grass tennis court surface available, or Pladek, an excellent all-around tennis surface for those who prefer a hard court. These two surfaces offer home users a great combination of lower maintenance and value for money. Our other surfaces are more suited for use by tennis clubs and those who have more specialist requirements.


We have developed the Savanna court into the most advanced synthetic tennis surface on the market. Savanna is a soft and durable tennis surface. Its specialist fibre construction gives increased cushioning underfoot and consistent ball bounce. Savanna is unique to En-Tout-Cas.

Unlike most modern tennis systems, Savanna is a half sand-filled surface, leaving enough exposed fibre so that users can appreciate its aesthetics. It also offers the benefit of keeping the sand away from the surface of the court. As a result, players stay isolated from the sand and the court plays at a consistent pace whether it is wet or dry.

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Pladek is a long-established playing surface that can be found in a wide variety of locations from homes , schools, colleges, universities, tennis and sport clubs to superior courts in public parks.

What makes our Pladek surface popular is our attention to detail at every stage of the construction process and, above all, in the way that our Pladek surface plays. Pladek is a smooth, even, well-rolled surface the provided consistent playing characteristics. This is akey to enjoying play as well as long life for the surface. 

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Omniclay provides an ideal surface for clubs or individuals wanting a court with the characteristics of natural clay but without the negative aspects of heavy and costly maintenance. Omniclay courts are tested to ITF-approved standards for tournament play.

Omniclay’s rapid drainage properties allow play to commence during all wet conditions without the court’s characteristics being affected. Omniclay courts offer the same play conditions as natural clay, including ball bounce, typical traction and a natural look.

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Under normal circumstances, the construction of a tennis court does not require in the garden behind a house.

 The planning rules for tennis courts come under and are specifically mentioned in the general rules for outbuildings which state that an enclosure below a height of three metres does not require planning consent. 

There are just eight reasons why you would need planning permission for a tennis court.

  º  The house is listed
  º  Permitted development rights have been removed
  º  The house is in anarea of outstanding natural beauty or national park
  º  Significant civil engineering works are required
  º  It would be more than 50% of the garden
  º  It is not in the garden
  º  It is in front of the main elevation of the house
  º  Your development includes a two-metre court fence that is within two metres of the property's boundary

To find out more about planning issues, visit the planning portal, a government planning advice website.


The price of a new tennis court from En-Tout-Cas

We provide a range of tennis court surfaces that will meet your requirements and budget. Choosing the right surface for you is very important. When advising buyers we take into account their playing standard, age, likely amount of use of the court, and whether the court is to be used solely for tennis or other sports as well.

The prices below are a guide for a complete tennis court with a fence, an average amount of excavation and reasonable access.

SAVANNA£64,000 - £74,000 + VAT
PLADEK£55,000 - £65,000 + VAT
TENNITURF£63,000 - £73,000 + VAT
SPORTURF£63,000 - £73,000 + VAT
OMNICLAY£70,000 - £80,000 + VAT