Bushy Park
This was a Heritage Lottery Funded restoration project for the Royal Parks with a value of the £909,000.00, which was designed to reduce public impact and minimise ground disturbance through plant traffic on site.

The main features on site were
• 3900 tonnes of self binding Coxwell gravel to pathways
• Brick headwalls to various streams and culvert details



• Several types of fencing including wooden post and rail, chainlink, corstag deer fencing, iron estate railings and Ha-Ha ditch and fence which stop the deer escaping
• Installation of two new green oak bridges and handrails
• Breedon gravel woodland garden paths
• Drainage, ditches and an overflow to an existing pond
• Tarmac surfacing and granite setts edging
• Renovation of pedestrian foot and cradle gates, including a name plate for each gate, brickwork, re-pointing and York stone paving
• Site wide furniture installation