It is often advisable to carry out a comprehensive feasibility study before embarking on an expensive water feature which might turn out to be a costly mistake. It is often more expensive to correct a feature that has been improperly built than it would have been to construct it properly in the first place.
Kingcombe has the experience to look at a site and see what is possible. This may include arranging for a hydrogeological survey to be carried out, to establish whether the winter raging torrent dries up to a trickle in the height of the summer, or at what depth a borehole is likely to find water.
Sometimes the Environment Agency or Planning Authority may require a full environmental risk assessment to be carried out. Kingcombe’s knowledge can help to engage the right specialists in the right roles, to meet with your specific requirements.