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Garden Fences and the Law

Posted by RTC Fencing on 23rd April 2019

While erecting a garden fence may seem like a simple enough thing to do from a legal standpoint, it could potentially put you in very hot water, especially if you aren’t aware of the rules with regards to garden fences and property boundaries. Do I need planning permission to put up a garden fence? Planning permission is only required when erecting a fence that surpasses the height of 2 metres. If your garden fence is less than 2 metres tall, then you won’t need planning permission. If you’re looking to install a garden fence on a public road, you may need…

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How to Secure Your Car Park

Posted by RTC Fencing on 29th March 2019

A secure car park is fundamental to protecting both the vehicles and their human cargo from harm. Everything from crash barriers to CCTV, it’s imperative that your car park is kept safe and secure.   Fencing Mesh fencing is perfectly designed for commercial premises. From office buildings to sports grounds, mesh fencing is ideal for any premises where high fencing is paramount. Mesh fencing is affordable and aesthetically pleasing, helping to keep unwanted visitors out and everything/everyone inside the perimeter safe. Palisade fencing is commonly used to surround areas which require vast amounts of fencing, making it the ideal solution for…

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Best Fencing Solution For Horses

Posted by RTC Fencing on 28th February 2019

Choosing the right fencing to hold your horses is a vitally important decision. Not only could there be financial consequences for your choice, but some types of fencing could pose a safety risk to your horses if not installed in a suitable environment. This article is going to help you make the right decision. We’re going to be exploring the different types of horse fencing, along with their pros and cons, helping you to decide which type of fencing may be best for you. There are four main factors to consider when choosing a fence: price, aesthetic, terrain and maintenance. Price…

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