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Landscape Construction Manager

Job Summary We are an established garden design and build company looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Landscape Construction Manager. This is a hands-on role which involves building high end garden designs and overseeing the on site team.… Continue

Apprentice Landscape Gardeners

The Outdoor Room is a multi award winning garden design and construction company.  We are passionate about designing, creating and caring for beautiful gardens and landscapes.  Our knowledgeable, experienced and creative team offers a professional,… Continue

Skilled hard Landscaper

We require an experienced and well-presented landscaper capable of leading a small team. They must have at least 3 years’ experience in a broad range of hard and soft landscaping including paving, decking, groundworks, brick and blockwork,… Continue

Garden Maintenance Operative

The Outdoor Room is a multi award winning garden design and construction company.  We are passionate about designing, creating and caring for beautiful gardens and landscapes.  Our knowledgeable, experienced and creative team offers a professional,… Continue

UK Landscape and Horticulture forum

Andrew Mason replied to A M's discussion waste removal
"I charge £6 per heavy duty bag and only a few insist on taking it themselves which is fine by me if they want the hassle of spending time watching people trying to reverse their 3' x 2' trailer into the dumping area ! 
Its taking my time to take it…"
2 hours ago
dan replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"The catering and hospitality sector is dominated by foreign staff - its the same old situation -- jobs that are hard,have long hours and appear to have have 'poor' social standing - the general British public and young workers avoid like the plague.…"
5 hours ago
Green Girl Garden Care replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"A friend of mine is working in France for the last few years but pays no tax as he works on a super yacht!"
6 hours ago
David Benson replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"depends where you paid your tax, its like if you loose your job and do not find another for a few months you will get a tax rebate 
I do not know how they go on in Spain as I have never worked there but it seems a lot of the eu countries  ignore the…"
14 hours ago
Jonathan replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"Only 3 million or so EU nationals living in the UK..
Wonder how many extra staff they'll struggle to employ to sort that out.
The government could commission a new computerised system that would save money...."
15 hours ago
Ben Carter replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"The Government well have to sort out a permit system and give these people confidence that they are welcome to stay and work here.  I think there are plenty of good hard working young people in this country just not enough!  There are also loads of…"
17 hours ago
briggsandscrapem replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"We have two directors and five staff at our place. All the staff are Polish, one is a foreman and another is a driver. "
18 hours ago
Derek Tucker replied to Nick Fellows's discussion Etesia Pro 46 PHCT problems
"Hi Nick, I think you need to contact Neal at Etesia. I cannot say on your particular case but I have been authorised to replace decks under warranty in the past. The beauty of a small manufacturer is you can talk to someone who is empowered to make…"
18 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Ben Carter's discussion Eastern European Workers
"I just had a weekend away in Somerset and Wiltshire where the hotel we were staying at in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, was largely staffed by Easten Europeans who went out their way to be friendly and helpful during our stay. The only English worker…"
19 hours ago
Ian Kenyon replied to Scott H's discussion Commercial Quotes
"For me, with any work like this you need to understand from the customer what they are looking for and why they want to change. Identify what you need to sell against or how will you know what ticks their boxes? Customers need a compelling reason to…"
21 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to Graham Wright's discussion Costs of going from sole trader to Ltd
"My accountant has advised holding off going Ltd for the last few years. So have stayed sole trader with multi employees and vans. Can't be making enough money! Had one moment on liability when I wished I was limited, but increased PL insurance to co…"
22 hours ago
Landscape Juice’s discussion was featured
Progreen – national suppliers of agrochemicals, fertilisers, seeds, application equipment and training have recently confirmed they are expanding their fertiliser training program further to include the FACTS Certification (Turf) Course for Golf and…
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