It’s important that bank side vegetation is not destroyed or removed to a point where there are no longer roots as these roots hold the bank structure together and knit together all of the fine soils, which can easily wash away.
So if there’s been any damage to vegetation, there may be areas of risk on the bank in need of repair or preventative maintenance, to make sure the bank structure remains strong and can withstand anything else that might weaken it and to avoid it eventually collapsing. As with everything a little preventative care, can prevent a much bigger job further down the line.
We offer a range of services to help avoid lake bank erosion, some of the more common include;
- Engineering support, such as Gabion walls, Nicospan and Piling
- Support using geomembranes and revetment materials
- Bioengineering including coir products and brushwood faggots
We also offer a full lake consultancy and lake construction service, which takes all projects from the initial planning and design stages through to the redevelopment and construction phase. All of our methods are approved by the appropriate governing body, which might be the Environmental Agency or another local authority.
We have a number of specialist piling machines along with other equipment for the transportation and lifting of materials. We also have a range of pontoons and work boats, should access to the lake bank not be possible.
For more information on our lake management services follow the appropriate link below;
We supply all the required lake bank erosion protection equipment and our installation services to domestic and commercial clients in Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Kent and London and throughout the United Kingdom. For more information and advice about any of our products or lake management, lake redevelopment, erosion work, dredging, weed clearance or fishery and consultancy services, please email email@example.com, call 0800 4725524 or 01206 620211