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Marshalls Argent Driveway

Goostrey - Cheshire

Take a look at our Marshalls Argent driveway project that was carried out in the Goostrey area of Cheshire CH48. The product the customer has chosen is the Marshalls Drivesett Argent Dark block paving with

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Happy Christmas from Abel Landscaping

Happy Christmas from Abel Landscaping

Well, its been a fantastic year for us here at Abel Landscapes. We have carried out over 73 landscape, driveway and paving projects throughout Merseyside, Lancashire & Cheshire – leaving many happy customers with

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  • Earth Designs have been contacted by David Lloyd Leisure with regards to becoming a recommended supplier for their employee incentive scheme. Our postal design service and garden design consultations have featured in other employee incentive schemes
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Ecobuild, which opens from Tuesday 1st March until Thursday 3rd March, is the future of design, construction and the built environment. It is the biggest sustainable building exhibition in the world.

Following the last years success at the Hampton Cou

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Open forum activity

Ben Carter replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"Hi Ben
I worked for a national company between 2000 and 2012 and among our portfoilo we had schools contracts.  Although the H and S wasn't to onerous compared to other clients I'm sure times have changed.
I was also involved with pricing up schools…"
1 minute ago
Nigel Marshall is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
23 hours ago
Tim Bucknall replied to John F's discussion Cherry Blossom Tree
"I would be cautious about removing more than 30% in any one year.  Yuo should remove crossing etc first, but if his main concern is the neighbour I would reduce this year but tell him you will need to come back next year."
yesterday
Tim Bucknall replied to John F's discussion Cherry Blossom Tree
"I wouldn't, really pushing your luck with silverleaf and the myriad other diseases Prunus are susceptible to."
yesterday
Tim Bucknall replied to Peter McGowan's discussion Re-turfing on flooded top soil
"Stay off it until dry, otherwise you'll damage it more."
yesterday
Peter sellers replied to David Grimes's discussion contract work
"Think there was a thread on this a couple of years ago on LJN, from what I remember comments were negative. Their Trustpilot reviews aren't good generally, have a look at Indeed and Glassdoor for more info.
Very slick website singing their own…"
yesterday
Billybop replied to David Grimes's discussion contract work
"Had someone purporting to be from Ground Control cold call me a few years ago, think they were working their way through gardeners in the Yellow Pages fishing for people who didn't have enough on and would like the comforting feeling of regular…"
yesterday
Adam Pilgrim replied to David Grimes's discussion contract work
"Unless they have changed in recent years, the words 'run' and 'away' could feature here.... 
When they tried to get me to work for them years ago the site rates were miserable, the timescales unrealistic, they wanted to track your every move in real…"
yesterday
David Grimes posted a discussion
Does anyone on here do contract work for Ground Control
yesterday
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Mark Piper, the Greenkeeper at Maldon Bowling Club, Essex, has overseen a remarkable transformation in the quality of the club's green. Thanks to a range of Dennis and SISIS machinery, particularly the SISIS Supaturfman and the Dennis FT510, the…
yesterday
Honey Badger replied to Peter McGowan's discussion Re-turfing on flooded top soil
"You've answered your own questions. It just needs to dry out. Ridiculous amount of rain with had recently. Even in the south."
Thursday
Honey Badger replied to Adam Sharp's discussion Drainage Issues - Grass Flooding
"Not a drainage expert. 
Herringbone pattern pipes to a soak away or french drain. Looks to me that it always gonna be a problem and a soak away will most likely fill and flood. Can you not run Herringbone bone pattern drainage straight into the…"
Thursday
Peter sellers replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"Just testing to make sure everyone is paying attention ! Yes £1.60 per sq mt would be nice , it should have read £1.60 per minute based on a ride on with 48 inch deck, cut and drop, whatever that equates to per sq mt. We cut two areas of this size…"
Wednesday
James replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"Great last paragraph Jake."
Wednesday
Jake Piechowicz replied to Ben Hattersley's discussion Pricing for School grounds maintenance
"This is an interesting discussion, did I read this write Peter "We would charge £1.60 plus vat for cut and drop mowing per sq mt. The rest of the work at min £100 hr plus vat."
At 4000sqm that is 4000 x 1.60 = £6400 plus VAT, surely that's not right…"
Wednesday
Tony Myatt is now a member of Landscape Juice Network
Wednesday
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