Estate Fencing

Our estate fencing is timeless, and creates a stunning focal point for your field or garden.

It fits neatly into many environments and can be installed on flat or uneven ground, naturally following the contours of your land. The sleek lines compliment your property and its surroundings, enhancing the look of any area where it is installed.

Our estate fencing is of the highest quality, with no clips or bolts and is installed by our specialist teams. We weld every rail, and every metre, offering the maximum structural integrity whilst providing seamless joints, so our fencing naturally flows with any land at any gradient.

We also provide our steel fencing with the planet in mind. All of our steel is sourced from steel production partners committed to net zero. From there, it is fabricated in the UK and installed by our expert teams.


Built To Last

Our fencing is fabricated and installed to be both sophisticated and durable, with a seamless continuous welded design that will see your fence last a lifetime.

While the traditional style of this fencing lends itself well to country parks and rural estates, our premium-quality fencing is now commonly seen defining the borders of building estates, driveways, country cottages, and many other places.


Which metal estate fencing do you require?

We offer 4 varieties of metal estate fencing so you can select the right fence type to match your property. These include:


Shropshire Estate Fencing

Shropshire Fencing is a real statement piece, and is commonly used by country estates, land owners, and in building contracts across the UK.

It is 1.2 metres high (4ft) with 1 metre between intermediate posts, every third intermediate post includes a welded-on 150mm thrust plate post-creted in the ground.

It has a 20mm solid round top rail and four lower flat rails of 25mm x 6mm. Depending upon your requirements we can supply this fence with flat or round lower rails.


Hampshire Down Estate Fencing

Hampshire Down Fencing is most commonly used on country estates and commercial projects, and is slightly lower than the Shropshire fencing.

It is 1 metre high with 1 metre between intermediate posts, every third intermediate post includes a welded-on 150mm thrust plate post-creted in the ground.

It has a 20mm solid round top rail and three lower rails of 25 mm x 6mm flat. Depending upon your requirements we can supply this fence with flat or round lower rails.


Shetland Estate Fencing

Shetland Fencing is built for farmland and other properties that house larger animals like cattle or horses.

It is 1.2 or 1.4 metres high with 1 metre between intermediate posts with 150mm thrust plates welded onto each post to give the fence maximum structural integrity.

A key difference with our Shetland Fencing is the top rail is made of 20mm round rail and four lower rails of 25mm x 8mm. This provides the additional strength to ensure it can withstand the weight of large cattle and lively horses.

We can also further strengthen the fence for livestock by supplying and installing 20mm round rails and 16mm round under rails.


Deer Fencing

Deer Fencing is often found on large country estate grounds, or on other properties where the deer population needs to be protected and controlled.

It is available with 7, 8, or 9 rails, and in 1.6, 1.8, and 2 metre heights.


Learn more about our Estate Fencing

To learn more about our Estate Fencing, be sure to view our informational Traditional Estate Fencing service page, which offers further insight.


Ready To Discuss Your Estate Fencing Needs?

Our expert teams aim to install your fencing within 6-8 weeks of your project approval.

Estate Fencing FAQs

For structural integrity, helping give more rigidity to your fence as well as enhancing aesthetics, we supply 76 mm round or square end posts with different types of finials on top. Whilst 76 mm is the most popular, we can also supply smaller or larger-sized end posts for your fence line.

We use the same end posts for our corner posts, providing a structural and decorative point for when your fence changes to a sharp angle such as 90-degrees. All our end/corner posts are concreted a minimum of 2ft in the ground with each rail welded onto them.

Yes. We supply and install two different design options to prevent animals from getting out or in.

The more decorative option, which is particularly popular for around gardens is our 6mm round bar. This is a very fine rail that divides the gaps between our bottom main rails.

Our other option is our 2.5mm high tensile galvanised lamb wire to run between the bottom rails, tensioned using gripples. Lamb wire is nearly invisible from a distance. Either option can include as many or as few runs between each rail and as high as required.

Whilst the whole fence could not be electric, we can supply steel insulated curved arms which are welded on every 5 metres (for straight runs). These curve out from the estate fencing to prevent Livestock from leaning or jumping over the fencing.

According to the Government Legislation, you do not need planning permission to erect a new fence, or alter, maintain, improve or take down an existing fence, wall, or gate unless:

  • Your fence height including trellis exceeds 2 metres (6.56ft) in height.
  • Your fence height is higher than 1 metre (3.28ft) and you live next to a public highway or a footpath.
  • Your house is a listed building.
  • You live within the curtilage of a listed building, or in a conservation area.
  • Your fence forms a boundary with a neighbouring listed building

Mild Steel</h3>

Mild steel is made up of iron and carbon and is delivered to us as a raw material that we fabricate to suit our client’s requirements.

Without being treated (painted or galvanised), the metal will rust if exposed to the elements. Many clients prefer our products untreated to establish a natural golden patina.

Galvanised Steel

Galvanising is a process that stops steel from oxidation (rusting). Our mild steel is hot-dipped in molten zinc which creates a chemical reaction forming a very hard protective coating of zinc that is engrained into the steel.

This layer of protection provides a barrier of protection between airborne moisture and the steel, to make it corrosion-resistant and durable. Galvanised steel can be primed and painted in any colour.</span>

CorTen Steel

CorTen steel is also known as the ‘weathering steel’.

Once exposed to the elements, CorTen steel forms a natural protective layer, creating a stunning patina of copper hues, rust, and bronze.

This protective layer is not only pleasing to the eye but also creates an exceptional barrier to corrosion whilst maintaining the utmost tensile strength.

Our CorTen steel products require no maintenance and will last a lifetime and beyond depending on the thickness of steel.</span></span>

Many of our products, including Traditional Estate Fencing, Steel Weave Fencing, Deer Fencing, and Steel Railings are completely bespoke and made to measure in line with the specifications we receive from our customers. 

With this in mind, we advise all our potential clients to get in touch with our team and begin the process of getting your ideal fencing.  

Our bare metal steel products, whether mild steel or Corten, will take several months to establish a golden brown patina.

Atmospheric pollutants will impact the process, for example, urban areas and coastal locations will weather our steel faster than the countryside.

We strongly advise for cattle or any other animal with considerable weight, that you opt for our Shetland fencing, where each rail is round and 20mm in diameter.

Each post also has a 150mm thrust plate welded on the bottom which will be knocked in under the ground with every 3rd post fixed in fast-setting concrete. This will make the fence more rigid, providing maximum structural integrity.

Our products are manufactured in the UK and made from solid steel for strength and longevity.

There are many different finishes to choose from with regard to our steel fencing, including bare metal (left to form a golden patina), primed and painted, galvanised steel and stainless steel.

Our most popular fencing is primed in our fabrication unit before arrival and then spray-painted on-site with a satin topcoat (various colours are available).

Our steel fencing will last a lifetime and will require minimal maintenance, however, whilst priming and painting provide good anti-rust protection, please note that our estate fencing paintwork will require maintenance eventually, depending on your location.

With bare metal fencing, the fencing is more likely to be affected by corrosion, however, it will create a golden natural appearance over time.

All our steel fencing is made from solid mild steel and will last a lifetime if painted or galvanised.

Steel products can be left to the elements to weather and mature naturally.

To select the right fence for an agricultural farm or a large estate, it is important to bear in mind the type of animals you have on the property.

For large areas of land, parks, and other types of estates, our Estate Fencing is recommended to help create boundaries and protect certain parts of the land from animal damage.

Plant and young tree damage is often the result of deer activity, and the most effective means of preventing deer from damaging your outdoor space is to exclude them entirely with deer fencing.

If the outdoor space is unfenced, tree guards are recommended to protect immature trees from deer activity

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