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can anyone help with a rough price for supply and install of a fence : closeboard, decent quality, 1.8m/6ft tall. Good access/can get a vehicle to all of it. Roughly level site. Just about 100 metres.  In the SE. 


It's for a funding bid so doesnt need to 100%, just indicative. 

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Depending whether it’s 2.4m or 3m centres, cant or arris rails, 6” gravel boards, 4” posts, with or without postsaver wraps, roughly 5,500 to 6,500.

disposal of soil is extra, probably couple of tons so whatever you need to pay for that plus transport or a skip

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If the ground has been levelled for me I,d agree with the price above.

I would use hardwood 5x4 v notch posts at 8ft bays . as long as there are no trees or sumps in the fencing line and within a 30 mile radius of my yard.

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