Progreen supports your network

LJN members' landscaping projects

UK Landscape and Horticulture forum

Daniel Johnson posted a discussion
Hi AllI am looking to buy a 8x5 tipper trailer later this year. I know the go to brand is ifor Williams but have heard a lot of complaints over recent years about fall in quality and build of them.I have been looking into it a bit and found a few ot…
3 hours ago
Gary RK replied to David Hammond's discussion Software
"How is the monthly cost calculated and is it available on their web site now ?"
19 hours ago
Ian Carruthers updated their profile photo
20 hours ago
Colin Hunt replied to Phil Voice's discussion But why not landscapers?
"We love our Cabstar tipper, bought new in 2003, still on same engine and gearbox and going strong 14 years on -  owes me nothing."
21 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to David Hammond's discussion Software
"We use Jobber and run iPads in each van. It works of a web browser so is "live" on every device.

We've used it for around 4 years and find it easy to use and train staff on."
21 hours ago
Andrew Watts replied to David Hammond's discussion Software
"RG moved to a monthly subscription model for the cloud based platform a couple of years ago.
If you're multivan, multi stop services, then it's really effective once set-up and you've gone through the learning curve. The map based scheduling / route…"
21 hours ago
Andrew Betteridge replied to Phil Voice's discussion But why not landscapers?
"You can forget the idea of trade registration schemes for landscaping and gardening.

Some years ago competent person schemes were all the vogue, starting with the competent person electrical schemes, next the domestic ventilation installers registr…"
22 hours ago
Paul replied to Amy Partridge's discussion Can I specialise?
"Hope you don't mind me asking Peter, what is your day rate?"
22 hours ago
Dan Avello, David Whiston, Christine Ross and 1 more joined Landscape Juice Network
23 hours ago
Mark Richardson posted a discussion
Hi Guys.We finished off a small paving job last week - approx 30m2, the client chose Black Limestone.We have never used this exact stone befor, but over the last 10years have laid huge m2 of Sandstone, and others. In my naivety I treated it much the…
23 hours ago
Scott H replied to David Hammond's discussion Software
"Be interested to know the rough upfront and ongoing costs of RG, very little info on the net."
yesterday
Gary RK replied to Chris Jackson's discussion Pricing for grounds maintenance
"If you've this figure to hand then price it upon that, if it includes all the elements needed.

Also I meant to add; ensure your PLI is modified with your broker, allow extra admin time for likely RAMS paperwork, ensure you've necessary EA waste lic…"
yesterday
More…

Advertisers

Blogs

Landscaping & gardening jobs

Landscape Operative

Additional landscape operatives required by commercial soft landscape contractor based in Crondall for immediate start.  Landscape CSCS/CPCS preferable but not essential as full training given.  Competitive salary and advancement opportunities for… Continue

Junior Gardener

JOB BACKGROUND: Do you have high standards?  Are you able to commit to a role and work hard to maintain those high standards?  Are you keen to start a career in the horticultural industry with a company that will support and train you? Our Junior… Continue

Landscaper

Countryside Services is expanding – we have an increasing amount of bespoke, designed gardens on our books and need new staff. Your commitment to us: to be enthusiastically hard working (in all weathers), keen to learn and prepared to work long… Continue

Gardener

Our client is a successful family business with clients in both the residential and commercial sectors. They are now ready for the business’s next stage of expansion. They really are passionate about gardening and landscaping, providing a vast range… Continue