Landcraft Landscape, Sports and Civil Engineering

Landcraft Projects Limited, South Wales Office: Unit 3, Mill Farm,St Mellons Road, Lisvane Cardiff CF14 0SH Telephone 029 2076 4609 South West Office: Dingley Dell, Rydon Acres,Stoke Gabriel, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6QJ Telephone 01803 782123

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Completed Ecological Projects

Site Clearance & Knotweed Treatment at Waterloo, Machen, South Wales

Whilst we are usually asked to undertake projects to establish an environment to encourage wildlife, on this occasion we understood the need to maintain the site?s brown field status and keep the site clear for future development.

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Park & Ride Site Preparation Work, Pentwyn, Cardiff

As part of the initial pre-construction phase for the new 1000 space Pentwyn Park & Ride Scheme, we were employed to undertake the initial site clearance work and to construct a temporary site access road from the busy A48 Eastern Avenue trunk road to allow 20,000 tonnes or so of construction material and equipment to gain access onto the site. The site is a very sensitive environmental area, being home to the largest colony of dormice in the UK.

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Whitchurch Hospital Enabling Works

We were approached by Laing O?Rourke construction to undertake tree and vegetation clearance works within the grounds of Whitchurch Hospital, Cardiff as part of the enabling contract for a new mental health unit. The works included the felling and removal of all vegetation ranging from woodland scrub through to 25 metre tall mature trees together with the treatment of extensive Japanese Knotweed stands.

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Tredomen Ponds De-Silting & Ecological Improvements

These works were undertaken on a SINC (Site of Importance for Nature Conservation). The site for the works consisted of rough pasture, woodland, ponds and a former tip area, and the designation had been made due to the variety of habitats and the presence of Great Crested Newts. Within Caerphilly Council?s Tredomen office development scheme, provision had been made for enhancing the environment for the Newts.

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