On a recent day, a gravel buyer walked past the small gravel sale store in the town of Beddington in South Yorkshire and saw a pile of gravel and a pile next to a brick house.
He said he was surprised when he saw the brick house in the gravel sale and called the gravel dealer to say that he had a couple of acres of gravel in his possession.
A gravel dealer has a long history in South Africa.
The country’s gravel industry has been booming in recent years and has seen a boom in the number of people who sell their gravel and sell it for money.
But the sale of gravel can be an expensive business, and gravel dealers in South African cities are sometimes paid only a fraction of what they would in the U.S. According to the South African Bureau of Statistics, there were more than 8,000 gravel dealers operating in the country last year, but the number fell to around 1,200 in 2017.
That’s a drop of nearly 70 percent.
The U.K. is also seeing an increase in the price of gravel.
The government has recently passed legislation to tax sales of gravel as part of the Brexit deal, which means that the U and U.N. are taking a closer look at the industry in the wake of the Great Recession.
And in 2017, the United Kingdom introduced a gravel tax of 50 percent on the price at which gravel is sold.
The new law will go into effect on April 1, 2019.
That will add an additional tax of 15 percent on gravel sales, according to the U,U.N., and the UGRA, the national gravel association.