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Our services

Our grounds maintenance and landscape services include grass cutting, moss and weed removal, bedding displays, pruning, border maintenance, hedge cutting, turf laying, planting and seeding.

The environment

We aim to reuse as much green waste as possible through community composting and promote the use of organic gardening. *


Our team of workers is always on hand to get rid of overgrown areas, remove rubbish, old garden buildings and furniture and provide a full clearance service.


We work in partnership with local residents, gardening clubs and allotments to create green spaces which are accessible to all and who support us in providing a continuously improving service.**

Well being

We recognise that gardens and open space can play an important part in supporting well-being for the diverse communities that we serve.

Bright ideas

We love to provide ideas for plants and landscapes which are both eye-catching and may require low maintenance.

Keeping fit

Whether it is about helping people to learn new skills, or slowing down the deterioration of a degenerative illness, or just the effects of being out of doors, horticulture can make a dramatic improvement in the lives of an individual.


Over the next two decades the number of people starting to develop dementia is set to rise. Gardens can play an important part in maintaining well being for people at all stages of dementia.

Health and safety

We always keep the health and safety of all our communities in mind. We use non poisonous and non toxic plants, plant scented plants such as Lavender and cut back spiky, thorny plants which can be hazardous for all of us and present greater risk to dementia sufferers.

We carry out work on an ad hoc basis or a regular basis for our clients. No job too small.

Call us for a quote today – 0207 033 4433.


Garden clearance
Trees maintenance

Hedge trimming

Weeds removal

* Graham Barker ** Vanessa Kirpatrick. Thanks to our community photographers for these pictures which were taken during a five week photography course for local people in Bethnal Green.