I popped over to water the trees and shrubs today and took a walk round, only to find a huge amount of male peacock plume feathers scattered far and wide over the back part of the site. I do hope our friendly neighbourhood king peacock hasn’t met his unfortunate demise!! I’ve collected all the feathers…
A small post, showing that the main site ring-road, which connects area 1,2 and 3 together is nearly connected up. This stretch will allow two-way travel providing access to area 3 directly, while the rest of the site is adopting a one-way system.
View across into area 3 along two-way roadway
It looks quite a mess at the moment but each side will have a good layer of top soil added to bring the level up to that of the road.
It’s been a while since I posted anything, but never-the-less progress is being made. Another local company has been busy installing the lighting system in and around the Storage Unit. A light sensor activates the two which illuminate the Cresslands signage at the top of the shed door, while we can manually operate four other lights which provide a spread of light to either side. There are only six lighting heads inside the unit, but they provide perfectly adequate lighting for when daylight hours become less.
Internal storage unit lighting
External lighting on the front of storage unit