Fencing News Round-up from Derwent Fencing Derby

Derwent Fencing Derby – News from Around the UK

We thought it might be useful to put together this brief news round up. Derwent Fencing Derby never fail to be helpful to our customers!

Farmers offered finance for fencing

Farming professionals who were affected by last month’s heavy snow now have the facility to apply for a Government subsidy for any expenses caused to their fences. The recent snow was in some areas the worst the UK has seen for some 50 years. Applications must be submitted by May 10 at the latest.

Farmers offered finance for fencing

Anger over plans to allow size of fencing to be increased in Ainsdale

Residents of Ainsdale, Merseyside have expressed concern that the fencing around Ainsdale Sports and Social Club will cause light and noise pollution, and problems with parking for people who live nearby. Local councillor Terry Jones has presented 111 signatures against the proposed changes. Fencing will be increased to 3.6 metres, which allows for flood lighting to be installed.

Anger over plans to allow size of fencing to be increased in Ainsdale

Council pledge over more River Avon safety fencing in Bath

A tragic accident in Bath which led to the drowning of a young man has resulted in the local council pledging to extend the fencing which exists on the River Avon. Fencing already exists along stretches of the river, but parts are still left unprotected.

Council pledge over more River Avon safety fencing in Bath

Fencing scheme will enhance Shields estate

Improvements worth £359,000 are being made to an estate in East Shields, Tyneside. South Tyneside Homes, the company responsible for the homes and the improvements being made, are adding fencing and brick walls to improve the look and security of the housing estate.

Fencing scheme will enhance Shields estate

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