Fencing Derby News Round Up

Fencing plays a vital role in a majority of every life, from security fencing around commercial premises, to protecting farm land. Fencing Derby have provided this news round up of the latest stories regarding fencing from across the UK.

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Reward offered after garden fencing vandalised

A reward has been offered by a local resident in Surrey after his garden fencing was vandalised. Garden fencing is often put in place to stop people trespassing onto private land, and to offer some privacy. We can understand why this would be frustrating, and also putting the resident out of pocket to fix it.

Read the full story here: Reward offered after garden fencing vandalised

 

Angry residents question Harpenden Town Council’s lack of public consultation on fencing in Marquis Lane

Residents have expressed their anger towards Harpenden council due to erecting a fence without notifying residents. Residents claim the fencing has just caused more problems to the area, instead of resolving the issues.

Read the full story here: Lack of public consultation on fencing in Marquis Lane

 

Fencing around community centre criticised

Brentwood residents have expressed criticism towards recent fencing put up around a local community centre. Major flaws were found in the fencing which was put up to act as an efficient security measure, but was found to have large gaps in, big enough for someone to squeeze through.

Read the full story here: Fencing around community centre criticised

 

Warning signs and fencing go up at tragic Turleigh field

Electric fencing has recently been erected after a local resident was trampled while walking his dog. Signs have also been put up to warn off the dangers off walking dogs near cattle, as it poses a risk. Hopefully the  fencing will be effective in keeping people away from danger.

Read the full story here: Warning signs and fencings go up at tragic Turleigh field

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