Scotts equestrian buildings
Scotts of Thrapston recognises that stables are a major investment and want to make the process as simple and stress free as possible. When designing and developing your timber stables, there is so much to consider.
Attention to detail is of paramount importance when planning your new stable yard. When you are ready to purchase your equestrian buildings from Scotts of Thrapston, they will assist with the following:
Planning Permission for your timber stables
Planning permission is invariably required for most stable yards, however small or large, and advice on presenting your application and handling the bureaucracy is part of the Scotts service. For further details on how Scotts can assist with your planning application, please view the Planning Permission web page.
Design of your new timber stable yard
Personalisation of your stables is also easily attainable by working with Scotts. Clock towers, clocks and weather vanes all add interest to the timber stables and architectural features such as aged oak posts or hipped roofs can complete a stable yard design which is uniquely yours.
Visit the Equestrian Photo Gallery for further inspiration as you design your new stable yard.
Manufacture of your stable block
The stables, equestrian buildings or American barn, and all of their ancillary structural components, are manufactured in Scotts’ purpose-built factory in Thrapston. Skilled craftsmen use high-quality materials at every stage of manufacture, providing you with timber stables that last for decades, with the minimum of maintenance.
Construction of Scotts timber stables
Scotts loose boxes are manufactured in sections, from vacuum pressure impregnated European Redwood, which are bolted together and can be dismantled and re-erected if necessary. Scotts own dedicated installation team is responsible for the final construction of your timber stables. At an agreed date and time, the stables will be delivered and they will be built onto the prepared base. Scotts is happy to co-ordinate with specialist contractors, e.g. plumbers and electricians, so that the whole site is ready for the horses to move in, upon completion.