10K Fence to Help Anti-Social Behaviour Installed

FenceLocal residents have been victims of anti-social behaviour for years and experienced young people sitting on their walls and making a nuisance of themselves.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Lauren Corbishley on March 26, 2014

Fence Firm Gets Boost From Camel Racing

Plastic FencingA Oxfordshire based fencing company has been saved from making people redundant after securing two deals worth over £1million.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Simon on April 4, 2012

Fence Repairs Raise Concern Amongst Tenants

FenceCouncil house tenants in Stoke-on-Trent are concerned about the council’s new rules for fixing broken fence panels.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Simon on April 1, 2012

Residents Debate Over School Fence

School FenceThe proposal to erect a fence around part of a local school’s playing fields has caused quite the stir in a Peterborough community. The plans were met by support and critique when being discussed at a public meeting held at the school recently.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Brittany on January 21, 2012

Artists Invited To Design £9K Ropewalk Gate and Fence

galleryNorth Lincolnshire based gallery space Ropewalk has recently launched an exciting new competition for budding artists to design and install a new fence and gate system at the grade 2 listed building.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by on January 19, 2012

Fixing Your Fence After Windy Conditions

fenceWith fences providing practical privacy, it is essential that fences are in the best condition they can be, especially with the recent gale force winds blowing nationwide. High quality fencing is the best way to avoid large repair jobs, as well providing all-important shelter from weather extremes.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by on January 8, 2012

Angry Residents Launch Petition To Remove Fence

No entryChelmsford residents have gathered more than 100 signatures on a petition to remove a new fence which blocks stairs to the Ginger Ale Plaza. The owner maintains that the fence is necessary because it protects both customers and businesses in the plaza.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Brittany on December 13, 2011

50 Crashes In 14 Years Leaves Woman Living In Fear

car crashThe residents of Sandhawes Hill back fellow resident in road resurfacing plea to Surrey County Council after a string of 50 crashes into her fence. Dormansland resident Julia Searle is living in fear as she anticipates the next crash may cause irreparable damage.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by on December 11, 2011

Foyle and Londonderry College Apply To Install Security Fence

Foyle and Londonderry College have lodged a planning application with the Londonderry planning office to have a 122 metre fence installed on their grounds.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by on December 6, 2011

Fences Damaged By Vandals

road signPolice were recently appealing for witnesses after finding sections of wooden fence, road closure signs and gates destroyed in the green paths.

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Filed under: Fencing - posted by Danny on December 4, 2011
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