Saturday, 16 September 2017

Beeswax Dyson Farming - bridleway crossing

Ongoing work

You may like to see an outline plan of the work being undertaken at the bridleway crossing point with the new relief road.

Simplified sketch of relief road works

The relief road is now complete with top surface and the soil mounds either side have been levelled and cleared. Work is now being undertaken to complete the visibility splays, by removing and layering the adjacent hedgerows. Additionally, conduit pipe is being buried along the roadside to connect the new administration centre and farm complex with data and telephony services.

The new hedgerows still need planting; there is also planting of saplings and wildflower mix in the triangle of land near the reservoir alongside the field footpath to complete. Post and rail fencing will need erecting, as do the speed humps and warning signs.

Bridleway crossing point - visibility splay and layering of hedgerow

Finally, an old standpipe will be removed for refurbishment and then replaced with a information plaque in due course.

Old standpipe - prior to refurbishment
There is an interesting article about the Beeswax Dyson Farming operation in the Lincolnshire Pride magazine - October Edition.

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