• Double Iron Gates
  • Traditional Estate Fencing
  • Estate Fencing
  • Parkland Fencing

Traditional Estate Fencing

Traditional Estate Fencing supplies quality wrought iron Parkland Fencing throughout the United Kingdom. Prices from £14.50 per metre and we will not be beaten on price. Our park fencing and gates are ideal for large estates, private gardens or amenity areas and provides a classic break between formal gardens and wilder areas. We are proud to be British, all of our parkland fences are made in England by our skilled craftsmen.

Our three ranges of Traditional Mild Steel fencing and estate gates cover all requirements from light ornamental use up to heavy stock fencing and are supplied to site loose, just as they would have done 150 years ago. Traditional Estate Fencing has no weak joints as it is welded solid on site, the fence line follows curves, up and down undulations and works around obstacles. Modular panel systems of estate fencing do not have this flexibility. Post and Rail fencing typically lasts 15 or so years, Metal Estate Fencing will last for 60 plus years and is virtually maintenance free, save for the odd lick of paint.

Traditional Estate Fencing is an investment, it adds structure to your property and delineates views in a classic, stylish way that has been enjoyed since Victorian Times. Estate Fencing adds value to your property - do it once, do it well ! Traditional Estate Fencing will match any other quotation, we operate nationwide and we will not be beaten on price. A specialist installation team is required to erect the wrought iron fence. Our wrought iron fences need welding and painting on site, this provides a solid, attractive and durable fence that will last for over 60 years.



Latest Blog Posts

  • Traditional Estate Fencing for Builders and Property Developers Written By: David House 12-Jul-2016

    Traditional Estate Fencing install new Parkland fences for Property Developers and Builders throughout the UK. Our 1.2m 5 rail park fence is complimented by the new privet hgedge. If space is limited the landscape architects choose to just mark the driveway with large Gate Posts , rather than clutter the entrance with gates. Here you see a wide shared entrance to two New Build properties.  We add extra detail to our gate posts using cast iron finials, our most popular being either cast iron balls or in this case our Rutland Tops , a classic design from the late 1700's

  • Estate fencing for Pebble Mill at One Written By: Martin 01-Jun-2016

    The Old Pebble Mill At One Studios have now been demolished and a smart new dental hospital now stands in its place. Traditional Estate Fencing has installed a 5 rail metal fence, this park fence is 1.2m high and has a 20mm top rail with 4 lower rails each of 25x6mm. These brown field sites are always a challenge with much hardcore and concrete just under the surface. This is to be expected and we postcrete every post as standard on brown field sites. This 5 rail parkland style fence now seperates The Dental Hospital from the beautifully landscaped 'Tranquility Garden' - an Oxymoron in...

  • Estate Fencing for Urban environments Written By: David House 19-Apr-2016

    The Traditional Company supply Traditional Parkland Fencing to Contractors, landscape architects , property developers, local authorities and private individuals. Estate Fencing can be delivered on a supply only basis or supplied and installed by our own highly skilled teams. We install throughout the UK, this traditional form of steel fencing looks as good in a town setting as it does out in the countryside. Here we see a Traditional 1.2m high, 5 rail Burghley estate fence in Gloucestershire marking out a new right of way.

  • Parkland fencing left to weather naturally Written By: David House 19-Apr-2016

    When landscape designers and architects specify wrought iron fencing, one of the biggest dilemmas is the finish. Do you choose a painted estate fence whereby you leave the client with a pristine fence upon completion or do you present an option whereby the fence is not painted at all and is allowed to weather off. Reaching its full color over a 6-12 month period. Both ways have there own advantages. Here you see a fully weathered estate fence in Wiltshire enjoying the last of the Winter's Sun.

  • Galvanised wrought iron fence at The National Trust Written By: David House 09-Mar-2016

    The Traditional Company is a supplier to the National trust, we recently completed a commission to remove the existing estate railings and reinstate 1200 m of galvanised parkland fencing at Osterley Park in Middlesex, together with a number of estate gates and steel kissing gates. The existing fence comprised of many types of old parking fencing including some of the H style cast posts. The main estate driveway and public carpark areas experience significant pressure from the public and horses / cattle so the strongest possible long lasting park fence was required. The National trust choose a...

  • Hagley Hall on Countryfile Written By: David House 07-Mar-2016

    Great to see that the wonderful restoration work that Lord Cobham has completed at Hagley Hall has been recognized by the BBC and Countryfile. This Grade 1 registered parkland in Worcestershire has been tirelessly brought back to life over the last 5 years. The Palladian Bridge, Rotunda and countless water features and cascades have been restored in what is certainly a labour of love, with much work still planned. Certainly worth a visit if you are in Worcestershire. The Traditional Company is delighted to be associated with Hagley Hall and the Traditional Estate fencing around the estate.


Chatsworth Estate Fencing

Burghley Estate Fencing

Highland Estate Fencing

Estate Fencing Panels

Bespoke Estate Fencing

Metal Gates

Traditional Lawn Edging

Traditional Iron Railings