Equestrian Arena build in Lavington 

This is now complete.  Following a successful planning application approval, the brief was to build a 40 x 20m sand arena. The topsoil was removed and the site levelled with drainage and soakaway.  Then a stone sub-base with a membrane underneath was laid, then a second membrane. Finally, the correct sand type was added along with post and rail fence and gates installed.



Dismantle 10 Sycamore trees St Mary’s Hospital Bristol

Here’s a picture of young Lukas dismantling the first of many 60-foot sycamore trees for St Mary’s Hospital in Bristol.

The project necessitated the trees being dismantled for the regeneration of the site into student accommodation.

For details of our other tree surgery work please see here

Dismantle 10 trees St Marys Hospital Bristo

Timber Firing Points, Warminster Ranges

Our original Facebook post at the beginning of November showed that we were making a number of these. We mentioned the fact that they would be painted cream in and concreted to the ground.   But we didn’t get many replies as to what they would be used for, so we thought you’d like to know the answer!

They are in fact timber firing points we installed at Warminster Ranges, all made in-house.  And they had to be painted country cream as they didn’t want bright white.

Other projects we’ve undertaken which don’t involve trees or fencing may be found here


timber firing points Warminster Ranges

Palisade Fencing Devizes

Our project here was to supply and erect 300m of 2m high palisade fencing for Cross Engineering in Devizes.

Palisade fence panels are the most popular choice for locations today requiring a high level of security and vandal resistance.

Steel palisade fencing is usually the first choice for schools, utility installations and industrial sites. This is because of its high damage resistance and the fact that it is so difficult to climb.

December 2018

For details of other types of fencing we undertake please see here

Palisade Fencing Devizes

Pond refurbishment Marston

Another one for our Everything Else section of the website!

A recent pond refurbishment with 15 years of silt and leaf mould removed.  We retained some water and all the fish and then laid a new liner.  The pond was then refilled to which we added the retained water to get the microbes started.

To see some more examples of our work which isn’t tree surgery, tree surveys or fencing, please see here.

And now adding a new photograph in June 2019 of what it looks like 6 months later.  Really does illustrate the “before and after”…

Pond refurbishment



And this is the ‘after’ shot taken in June 2019, six months after the preparation works