Epping Forest: Kingcombe Aquacare experts are installing 12,500 square metres of waterproof pond liner in this project for the City of London.
Kingcombe Aquacare have secured the contract for The City of London to carry out the restoration of Jubilee Pond, Wanstead Flats.
Kingcombe Aquacare has restored the centrepiece lake at the stunning Lakeshore development of eco-homes in Bristol.
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Kingcombe Aquacare have secured a major contract with Procurement for Housing (PfH) to rid public sector housing in London and the South of England of Japanese Knotweed and other non-native invasive species.
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Salmon leaping up the River Frome
Did you know that Kingcombe Aquacare works with the Environment Agency to get rid of Floating Pennywort?
Kingcombe Aquacare are delighted to have worked with leading landscape architects Macgregor Smith on the waterscape for Europe's largest shopping centre.
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Looking after biodiversity at Birmingham Business Park
Kingcombe Aquacare formally handed over a stunning podium pond to an East London client yesterday.
We're building a pond for a garden designer.
Snapshot from Spain. Kingcombe Aquacare's John Colton blogs from Europe’s largest retail development.
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The decking and planting are finished and today is the handover of our rooftop pond, part of a private garden for residents of Rathbone Market in Canning Town.
For our final photo in our series of 25 to celebrate our silver anniversary, here's Kingcombe Aquacare carrying out rock armour bank revetment on the River Brit for the Environment Agency.
We built this water cascade for Raymond Blanc's garden at the 2005 Chelsea Flower Show...and won a silver medal! Take a look at the penultimate photo in our series of images that celebrates our 25 years in the business.
Today's photo shows the pleasing geometric lines of an aerating cascade we installed at The Barbican residential complex in the City of London...
Photo number 22 in our series of 25 to celebrate Kingcombe Aquacare's silver anniversary shows a pond we refurbished at Groves Garden Centre in Bridport.
This stunning lake next to Old Wardour Castle in Wiltshire is where we repaired a dam. Take a look at photo number 21 in our silver anniversary series of pictures that celebrate 25 years in business.
In photo number 20 of a series of 25 to celebrate our silver anniversary, see a formal rill we built for a private client, with two copper ‘raining’ trees.
Photo of the day: this shows two of our team up to their necks in water as they carry out maintenance work on a lake pump!
We’re so proud of our work restoring this water wheel and rill. Take a look at Photo Number 18 in our series of 25 to celebrate our silver anniversary.
Photo number 17 in our series of 25 to celebrate our silver anniversary is: glorious sunset over Chesil Beach, which we help maintain for the Environment Agency.
Something topical for Monday's picture: a restored lake overflow where storm water can pass through the system in a controlled manner. Take a look!
Friday's photo shows the work Kingcombe Aquacare have been doing to line the lake at Heartlands, Cornwall's cultural playground.
To celebrate our 25th birthday, we're posting a new photo each day to give you a flavour of the work we do at Kingcombe Aquacare. Today: killing alien invasive weeds...
We show 'before' and 'after' pics of a stunning formal pond we built for a London residence. Take a look at Wednesday's photos...
The photo for Tuesday showcases the fine art of creating a gravel riffle in a river.
Kingcombe Aquacare celebrates 25 years of achievement in pictures! A Day In Our Life, Number 11: treating Japanese Knotweed.
Friday's photo is by Royal appointment (well, nearly...)
For Thursday's photo, we showcase this stunning lake and oak boardwalk, which has matured into a wildlife haven.
To celebrate our silver anniversary, here's number 8 in our series of 25 photos. Today: building a rock cascade out of Purbeck stone.
At Kingcombe Aquacare, we're celebrating our silver anniversary by sharing 25 photos of the work we do. Today, it's ridding a trout river of monster pike!
Friday's photo: Our workshop team fabricated and installed a new green oak jetty for diving and boating as part of a lake restoration project.
Photo for Thursday is a beautiful pond we built at a Devon holiday retreat
June is iris time, so Wednesday's photo shows an ornamental iris in one of our planting schemes.
Tuesday's photo: a natural swimming pond we built in Dorset, six years ago.
To celebrate our 25 years in the business, we're posting one photo every day to give you a flavour of A Day In The Life of Kingcombe Aquacare.
Friday's photo shows the gorgeous bespoke water gardens we made for Summer Lodge Hotel in Evershot, Dorset,
We're not deterred by the rain whilst working on the Rathbone Market redevelopment. The wet weather has meant we've had to put up a gazebo, which enables us to continue lining work on our rooftop garden pond, even in wet conditions.
The Rathbone Market project – to build a pond in an East London rooftop garden - is progressing well.
Kingcombe Aquacare is soon to start a new project at Rathbone Market in Canning Town, building a pond at podium level.
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Reports of a fish kill.
Fisheries team find a non native species
Will you be attending the SGD show this year?
We have been installing some timber river bank edging in a local village this week to reclaim some ground that has been lost to erosion.
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We would like to wish all of our clients, suppliers, staff and families a happy and healthy 2011
Kingcombe Aquacare have been presented with an award from Firestone Building Products in recognition of a recent project.
The threat to our native species by alien invasive plants and animals is now bigger than ever.
The recent cold weather has once again proved that working with water is a risky business.
The value of trained and experienced staff is highlighted by this news entry
Whilst the winter weather may be fun for the children, it poses its own problems for those trying to work around the water.
Everyone at Kingcombe was sorry to hear that our client, Robert Langton, died suddenly a week ago.
We have just returned from the Biotop natural swiming pool international partner meeting in Vienna. Another year of innovation means Kingcombe Aquacare still offer the market leading brand of chemical free swimming pools.
Goodman has been awarded the "Landlord of the Year 2010" award in this year's Office Awards, organised by Property Week.com
Do you have a pump installed for removing storm water, ground water etc? Now is the time to make sure it is in working order.
'Wrong stone' may sound odd but read on to see a classic mistake.
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Another Kingcombe workshop success.
News about contracts that we have recently been awarded
Current overseas consultancy projects
News from the week ending 17th September
Hampshire Carp Hatcheries celebrate 25 years in business.
Turkish Delight for Kingcombe Aquacare!
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