water supply

If you are using your field for livestock you will need a water supply. 

Many fields already have a mains water supply but if yours doesn't there are several ways you can get water in:

- you can ask the local water company for a price to put in a new supply;

- you could negotiate with a neighbour to tap into their supply;

- you can organise the creation of a borehole.  This will require a survey first and if it is practical it may cost anything from £3,000 to £10,000.

- it is possible that a natural water supply such as a spring or even a stream will provide drinkable water.

Comments on this article

nink 13 July, 2011

say you had a mobile home and you had no where to put it to live in it , then could you still live in a field and get the water company to put a new water supply in ?

Rebel 4 September, 2011

It won't be long before all of us land owners can live as we wish to it's time we all stood up for ourselves it seems the only way to get things done is to get together and demand more freedom rights
Too many just pussy foot around well I say time to wake up stand up and be counted
Live on your land as you wish you paid for it it's yours
If the government paid more attention to the troublemakers it would be a much nicer place to live
Remember there are 2 ships in this life either live how they want you to or live how you want to
I know what ship I'm on
Asta la vesta

Diana 25 May, 2012

I'm with you mate. Parish councillors are the worst for makeing life difficult. I am just finding out how easy / difficult it is to put troughs in the field we have just bought. Wish me luck!!

dinesh singh verma 15 March, 2013

Traning want

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