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Famed for the sound of willow on leather since 1787, Lords Cricket Ground must have found the choice of timber for its fencing needs a no-brainer, despite its past commissioning of the likes of Future Systems, Hopkins and Wilkinson Eyre.

When it came to replacing the rotted fencing outside the ground’s Thomas Lord Suite it was keen on a solution that didn’t cut too much light from a space used for holding prestigious events. So it fitted 13.5m of Jacksons Venetian Hit and Miss fence panels.

In the world of generally low spec world of fencing, the PR calls this a ‘luxury fence panel’ – and PiP has to agree. Durable too; kiln dried and pressure treated, it comes with a 25-year guarantee. Howzat?



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