Britannia Projects


03Oct

ESTATE FENCING, DEVON

In the glorious Devonshire countryside, just five miles from Exeter we visited a working farm.

The installation was on a steep hill, 95m estate fencing at 1200mm high was required from the top of the hill down to the Ha-ha.

Along the run of fencing a kissing and panel gate were installed, the run of fencing was finished off with a quadrant on the ha-ha wall.

Studholme11  Studholme21

Studholme31  Studholme41

4.7ft double field gate with a small run of fencing and a quadrant.

Studholme51  Studholme61

Our client required an old pedestrian gate to be replaced at the top of some steps with handrails.

Studholme71  Studholme81

Estate fencing and gate finished in semi-gloss black.

What is a Ha-Ha?

A Ha-Ha is a wall set in a ditch that was commonly used in the eighteenth century.  A Ha-Ha does away with a need for a fence and creates uninterrupted views.  A Ha-Ha was a visually pleasing way of keeping livestock out of the formal gardens.

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