Pollarding 98 Lime Trees in Tidworth

A “before, during and after” of pollarding 98 Lime trees in Tidworth.  This was the last few of 98 done over the winter months. Good job done by Scott, Antony and Cleeve.
If you’ve never spotted our page of definitions of tree work, check it out here.

We used both our 26m MEWPS, including our most recent one, the Teupen LEO 23 GT –  ideal for quick, efficient jobs: It is especially suited for job sites that provide little space and require great working heights. It has a variable and quick multi-position stabilising system, 180˚rotatable basket and flexible articulated and telescopic boom.  See here for full details of our three MEWPS.

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Footpath gates erected at Tidworth

Footpath gates erected at Tidworth as part of a larger fencing project to allow grazing and public access.

Our brief was to erect 500m of new barbed wire fence to allow grazing of cattle on chalk grassland to the rear of houses in Tidworth.  We then needed to erect new footpath gates to allow access for walkers while remaining cattle proof at the same time.   Jan 2019

Footpath gates erected at Tidworth

See also our fencing page on our website

Newt Fencing

Newt fencing this week as part of the expansion to Tidworth Garrison for Aspire – several 100m worth of it!   It’s been erected to allow more building and expansion of the garrisons as troops return to Salisbury Plain.

It’s a simple plastic barrier trenched into the ground by 6in to stop reptiles burying underneath and approx. 3ft high with a rolled top to prevent anything climbing up and over.  It is erected where protected wildlife are likely to enter a construction site and be harmed, usually European Protected species.


April 2018

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Our website fencing page can be found here.