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Bad Weather Highlights Impact of Good Countryside Management

January 29, 2013

SCALFORD, England, January 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –

The UK is currently experiencing a good deal of extreme weather that is making life
challenging for people up and down the country. Poor weather always gives people food for
thought and those in rural areas are often particularly affected by the climate. The team
at Three Shires Countryside Management [http://www.threeshires.com ] is keen to encourage
those with a vested interest in countryside management to use the weather as motivation
for development.

Three Shires specialises in countryside management for clients in a whole host of
sectors, including construction, transport, engineering, development, leisure, ecology and
the environmental sector. The team are advising organisations in those industries to place
greater focus on countryside management in light of the recent bad weather.

Improved countryside management allows businesses and organisations to cope with bad
weather more easily. High quality solutions in fencing, barriers and gates are crucial for
the management of urban, suburban and exurban areas, controlling the passage of
pedestrians, livestock and wildlife.

The current bad weather is an example of the natural challenges faced in the world of
countryside management, whose agenda must always be influenced by ecological concerns as
well as matters related to infrastructure.

Those encouraged by the bad weather to refine the countryside management that lies
within their jurisdiction are advised to seek the help of the professionals in order to
find the solutions most likely to have a positive effect on their premises and local

Three Shires Countryside Management specialises in all aspects of countryside
management, including fencing, forestry, landscaping and ecological and equestrian
management. The team can be contacted through the company website at


SOURCE Three Shires Ltd

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