Replacing a boundary hedge

Our client wanted to cut back an overgrown boundary hedge . However he did not want to leave his boundary line unmarked or his property exposed, whilst waiting for the hedge to grow back. The solution was chestnut fencing. You will see in the photos above and  below  the very large hedge ,which was cut back by our client the day before our visit . The new chestnut paling  fence looks good in the wooded background, will weather in well and  the vegetation will grow back  but be more manageable for our client.  And all with minimal carbon footprint – the chestnut we use is all grown locally and we turned the pales into fencing in our yard in Wey Hill , Haslemere.