Projects

Loch Leven Heritage Trail – stone features

I was commissioned earlier this year to build two dry stone features as part of the TRACKS project. This was a 10 year development, constructing a 12.5 mile long walking/cycling path around the Loch Leven National Nature Reserve. The path officially opened on 30 May 2014.

The three free-standing walls are part of a pathway intersection between the path around the Loch and the pedestrian entrance to the RSPB reserve. These were built with Alston stone from Cumbria.

The turf-topped spiral viewpoint was made with Swinton Rubble from Berwick.

The two features were designed by Nick Bowen of Ian White Associates, Landscape Architects http://iwastirling.com

For more information on the Loch Leven Heritiage trail, go towww.lochlevenheritagetrail.co.uk/.