The construction industry drives the environmental, quality and health and safety expectations of all sub-contract trades. To work in the industry, sub-contractors need to meet high levels of competency in these areas.

Pembury Fencing Ltd, meet and exceed all of the construction industry requirements and therefore successfully secure major construction projects within this country. We are respected for meeting stringent program dates with a high quality finish. We are successful partners with several major construction companies and always have a full order book for ongoing construction sites.


Previous Projects

Fellows Gardens - Peterborough


We completed this project on behalf of a housing society in Peterborough. The client required the old existing timber fencing and vegetation removed and replaced with a good quality interlaced bow top fence. Each garden required a self-closing single gate. The client specifically wanted each garden to be surveyed and panels made to specific sizes to avoid cutting down full panels. The finished fencing certainly is robust, aesthetically a huge improvement and generally an improvement to the local environment. This type of fencing will greatly reduce the long term maintenance costs the Society will incur.



Housing Development - Margate


Pembury Fencing Ltd originated in Kent. Pembury is a village on the A21 just south of Tunbridge Wells. We have many clients in Kent that we have worked for over a significant number of years. These photos show some domestic type fencing that we completed recently in Margate for Coombs Construction.



Project Greenheart - Dartford


Dartford Council invested some money into improving Greenheart Park. The project required various types of fencing including a Marshalls railing and hand rail system plus a decorative wrought iron gate. Once completed, the park was transformed into an excellent public space.


Fencing for The Highways Agency. The Highways Agency appointed contractors Geoffrey Osborne to build a new purpose built depot for their operations. The specification for the fencing was a 2.4M coated green palisade fence around the perimeter, with an anti-intruder concrete beam buried below ground level.

An automated gate was required to maintain security at all times. Access to the site is required on a 24hr basis by depot vehicles such as gritting Lorries and highway maintenance vehicles as well as standard staff cars.



Geoffrey Osbourne In Sandy, Befordshire


The access control system required a twin control panel set at heights suitable for all vehicles. The system incorporates remote entry via key fob plus intercom, proximity card and keypad entry systems. The gate and the automation equipment were all designed to deal with a heavy duty cycle. An important issue was the Safety aspect of the gate and therefore the gate was commissioned with safety beams, pressure sensors on all leading edges and induction loops.