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Please take a look below at some of the variety of work we are engaged in.

We have just created for our Client a new and exciting mountain bike trail in North Yorkshire that is now open to the public, offering riders of all abilities the opportunity to test and develop their riding skills.

Yorkshire Water has spent approximately £20,000 to create the action-packed 1.2km route at its Beecroft Plantation, next to Fewston reservoir, near Harrogate.

The course, which features bumps and jumps of varying degrees of difficulty – along with ‘chicken runs’ for those who want to avoid the obstacles – was designed using input from local moutain bikers to ensure that there is something for everyone, regardless of their level of ability, and is part of the wider 9km cycle network in the Washburn Valley. What’s more, it’s completely free to use.

Restoring Yorkshire's ancient woodlands

A ground-breaking project to restore Yorkshire’s ancient woodlands is underway at three new locations. Woodland near Sheffield, Holmfirth and Ripon is being taken back to its native roots by Yorkshire Water, which is removing foreign tree species planted in the 19th and 20th centuries and replacing them with native British trees such as oak, hazel, rowan, alder and holly.

The £1million project was announced by Yorkshire Water in June 2011 and will restore almost eighty hectares of ancient woodland dating back hundreds of years by the time it comes to an end in 2015.

Bruks 805 chipper on John Deere 1210 base producing biomass woodchips for the energy market from Yorkshire Water Woodland managed by Scurrah Associates Ltd

Timberjack 1270D commencing on clearfelling of Larch plantation on Ancient Woodland Site in North Yorkshire