Natural pond construction, Wiltshire.

This large pond, near Stourhead, was designed to replace a previous smaller pond that had been empty for many years despite several attempts to repair it with puddled clay.

The existing excavation was made deeper and wider and marginal shelves were cut into the perimeter.

We then installed a protected butyl membrane to guarantee water retention which was then partially buried to create submerged pond margins for aquatic planting. The pond measures 40 metres x 30 metres x 2 metres maximum depth.

Follow this link for an explanation of building a natural pond. 

The images below show how we carried out the work    (click on expanded image for slideshow)

Excavation of the pond begins in early Autumn.

Here we see the Butyl (EPDM) liner has been installed.

The pond a few months after completion.

 This shows the pond 9 months after completion.

We create beautiful natural surroundings that you and your family can enjoy for many years to come. From very large ponds to boardwalks, small garden ponds and swimming ponds, our work covers a broad range of water-based construction and restoration projects.  

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Our work covers a broad range of subjects including pond construction, lake construction, pond and lake restoration, pond maintenance, pond repairs, pond decking and other water-based landscaping projects in Hampshire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Bucks, Salisbury, Winchester, Andover, Newbury, and London.