Three villages and 2,450 new homes have been built in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, 2.5km east of the town centre, in a scheme described as Britain’s most wildlife-friendly housing development. As part of a £20 million contract, MV Kelly was employed to complete infrastructure works and groundworks, including the construction of a 7m high, 450 metre long acoustic barrier around the electrical substation. We provided 335 metres of 4m high Jakoustic® Commercial and Highway acoustic fencing which was installed on top of the earth bund.
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