Below are several examples of projects undertaken for Local Authorities, schools and National Charities in promoting access across the Public Rights of Way network or in and around nature reserves.
Public Rights of Way
We are able to undertake a wide range of access work including supply and installation of stiles, all sizes of gates, waymark and sign posts, clearing of vegetation and path maintenance. With over 10 years experience of working in the Public Rights of Way arena for both local authorities and as contractors, we have excellent practical skills, negotiation abilities and PROW knowledge that can be called upon.
Kissing gate installed in an established hedge line that replaced a broken stile allowing for less-abled people to use the footpath
12' field gate added to new fence line on a PROW. Gate was made to self close so that stock could not escape
Resurfacing of a well used "goat track" to enable wheel chair users, buggies and people with prams to cross a playing field in Worcester
Installation of rubber grids in an entrance way to a local school. This stopped the path becoming muddy and allowed easy access onto the school grounds