Fencing Materials

Round top palisade fencing - courtesy DK Fencing
Round Top Palisade Fencing (photo courtesy of DK Fencing)
Close board with Trellis Top - courtesy RM Fencing
Close board with Trellis Top (photo courtesy of RM Fencing)
Cleft Rail on Sawn Posts - courtesy RM Fencing
Cleft Rail on Sawn Posts (photo courtesy of RM Fencing)

Below are some of the more popular types of fencing we can supply.  Click on the link ????????  to jump straight to the page. 

Generally the maximum permitted total height without Planning Permisssion is 1.95m or 1.0m alongside a road.  However, there are many instances where these rules have been varied to suit individual locations.  Please check with your local Council Planning Department for guidance.

There are many variations on the main themes, so please contact us if you need any assistance, advice, or cannot find what you want on the following pages.


Enter the value you want to convert including units (e.g. 1.5m) or highlight the text on the page.



This is a text-based metric/imperial converter which means it has some limitations in the format in which it expects the data.

Things like 1' 6", 12ins or 2.3m are fine but don't mix imperial and metric formatting, for example 1.5ins (for an inch and a half) won't work, you can use 1 1/2 ins however.

The units that are recognised are as follows:

  • Imperial units
    • yd, yds, yard, yards
    • ', ft, foot, feet
    • ", in, ins, inch, inches
  • Metric units
    • m, metres
    • cm, cms, centimetres
    • mm, mms, millimetres