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Nearing completion - just the bridge and light rope to go

Shapely Pond Design Nearing Completion!

We love the shape of this pond that we are building for a client off Dalkeith Road, as part of a garden designed by New Dimensions.

The pond is nearing completion. The dark slate cladding is on with light sandstone copes and it has been filled with water. Because it is super shallow (only 150mm or so deep) it needs a dosing system and very good filtration to prevent it growing lots of algae. This is hidden away behind the summer house.

Just the LED rope light around the perimeter (from MGD Outdoor Electrical) and burnt oak bridge being made by Michaela Huber. It will look fabulous, particularly at night, with the perimeter lit up.

Stephen MacDonald and Nick Easterbrook (deep in thought) are pictured working on it.