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Post Harvest Land Drainage Season in Full Flow

The post harvest window tends to be the busiest time of the year for Agricultural Land Drainage projects and this year is no different!  With harvest getting off to a very early start compared to recent years, our drainage teams have been working flat out to install new drainage schemes on land which have been

Working in Wetlands, Hickling Broad, Norfolk

We often comment that our projects are never the same. The works we have been completing with Norfolk Wildlife Trust at their Hickling Broad site over the last few months, has presented us with some challenging ground conditions to cope with.                     We were employed to

Lake Restoration in some Testing Conditions

Lake restoration work can present some challenging and tricky conditions to work amongst and a recent project we have completed in North Norfolk has been no exception to this.   Oulton Hall is set in a stunning location in the Valley Bottom and has a stream flowing through the middle of the grounds which feeds

Wetland Creation Project at Holkham, Norfolk

Every now and again, we are lucky enough to work in some very special places. The last few months has seen one of our teams working closely with English Nature and the Holkham Estate to develop a new wetland area on the North Norfolk Coast, in what is one of the most special spots we

Springtime Land Drainage

With spring coming to an end and summer just round the corner, it’s been an interesting season with regard to rainfall. In East Anglia, both March and April were extremely low rainfall months following the very wet winter period which caused so many problems across the UK. May looks set to be an above average

Latest Horse Manege Construction Project Reaches Completion

Our latest Horse arena construction project has been completed this spring in amongst the gently rolling Suffolk countryside. The 60×30 manège has been test ridden for the first time over the last few days, which given the amount of rainfall in May, has been great news. The project involved installing some new land drains to