The rural two acre site had become overgrown as the landscape nursery became redundant and a planning condition was to return the land outside the building curtilage to wild meadow. In order to manage the land we enlisted the help of six Saddleback piglets who lived on the site during the build. As they were moved around the land, in addition to eating the overgrown plants and weeds, they also naturally rotovated the soil ready for re-seeding the meadow. They did an amazing job, were great fun and the highlight for most site visitors!