Replace fence for neighbors. Close board low level fending, one post wooden post rotted and broke. Using treated CLS timber (96x75mm). Bolted to wall using concrete fixing bolts, in past I have tried to use anchor bolts, but the stud would keep pulling out, as losing grip with perforations in brick. Post notched out for gas pipe and cut treated with preservative. Post removed showing rotting, this post was quite sturdy but would have lasted another few years. Wall post removed showing woodworm attack. Hole beginning to be dug out and found cast iron gas pipe! Decided to use concrete godfather I had as couldn't dig too deep. Wooden post was secured using 3 coach bolts with washers. Gas warning engraved label pinned to post to identify pipe for future. Feel bad about the pipe, but original one was same install. I placed a small layer of stone over and place edging on top before post went in to protect pipe. Used 6" concrete gravel board with galvanized brackets. This will help longevity of panel and provide additional height. Gate was most expensive part here. Fixed some treated CLS timber 96x38mm on top to provide extra support on latch side of post and to help keep it aligned. Ordered a gatemate lock for the gate, it is the the handle option and has key on outside only, recommend this lock and seems a good buy. Unfortunately no pictures on inside. as they locked it now. I used the old t hinges which were galvanized. The latch part of the lock was recessed in post with router to stop small play, but this could have been solved by moving door stops out. I originally set the stops so door finished flush with frame.