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We believe that innovation and success are borne out of great relationships and working together in an open, honest and transparent manner. We hope that by sharing our news we will develop and grow our relationship with you and offer added value by sharing our experience and learning.

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An essential tree maintenance campaign was completed this month - working with the Somerset Drainage Boards on the tidal River Brue to mitigate flood risk.

Working with the National Trust at Shugborough Hall this month on a civil engineering project to create a new Plant Sales and vehicle storage area.

Works on the inflow and outflow end of a popular fishing attraction and historic lake dating back to the 1850s will improve water quality and biodiversity. 

14 November 2017

Working with the Hippos

Claimed to be the most biodiverse lake in England, the Half Mile lake at Longleat is being restored.

WM Longreach have been carrying out weir modifications on the River Stour to improve fish migration.

After years in the planning WM Longreach have begun restoration of the Highfields Park Lake, part of the £4.8 million Heritage Lottery funded project to restore the historic park in Nottingham.

WM Longreach's lake restoration project was praised for its community engagement and engineering innovation.


The company attended the grand opening of Spetchley Park Gardens along with Heritage Lottery Fund representatives, sponsors, fundraisers and contractors involved in the long term restoration project.

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