Mistakes in building a horse arena can be painfully costly, as anyone who has ever had to fork out for remediation work can attest. A horse arena is a major investment for any horse owner and getting it right from the earliest planning stages is essential. I have, over the past six years, received a lot of emails about problems with arenas. It all began when I set about planning to build one. Since then, I have received a steady stream of emails and telephone calls from people all over the world with arena problems. They have ranged from ordinary horse owners who were gutted their arena had failed, to an insurance assessor wondering how he should proceed after a contractor built an arena with problems, and an engineer tasked with putting one right. Rest assured, I have never painted myself as any kind of expert on arena construction but, for many of these people, they simply did not know where to start.
Concrete stable bases together with their water, electricity, drainage and fencing requirements are all catered for. Should you need help with your planning permission application our fully qualified chartered surveyor with 35 years experience in planning matters is available to provide a planning service to MSA customers at discounted rates. Site visits can be arranged after this. Full construction and maintenance of indoor and outdoor arenas including gallops. Have a look at our case studies for more information This is despite the wettest winter on record. MSA Fibre-wax Surface. New Arena Site Nick is making some calculations to optimise soil movements.
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