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 Natural Stone Circle - Liverpool

This project was carried out in the Mossley Hill area of Liverpool. Here we have installed a natural stone circle embedded in some special aggregates. Please click the link above to find out more information about this project and see more completed photographs








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A recent school grounds seminar held at Charterhouse in Surrey has been hailed a huge success by all who attended.

The event attracted over 50 delegates from all levels as several topical issues were explored and discussed. Supported by…

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Corin Doyle replied to Daniel Edwards's discussion New Builds and garden drainage problems
"I worked in heavy civils and the gardens are never taken into account and landscape architects are never consulted as its not required under any sort of regulation. So what happens is they just get dug out to the level required with zero thought abo…"
1 hour ago
Jon Davidson replied to Colin Hunt's discussion Company Christmas Cards.
"Have decided today is the day to start writing cards to the regular customers as I think its important to thank them and then continue in the New Year"
2 hours ago
Vic 575 replied to Sam Aldis's discussion Cowboy Landscaper Experiences
"There are inherent problems with the idea of giving two quotes like this. The more expensive way will be the proper professional way of doing things which will produce the very best results and critically, will last, looking good for many years to c…"
3 hours ago
Nick @ NM Garden Services Ltd replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Van for garden maintenance.
"Fiat Ducatos are pretty good for 3 men sat in the front, Merc Sprinters are slightly better (and class leading) in that respect. We have both as well as a Ford Transit which is most definitely squashed in the front with 3!"
4 hours ago
Sean Payne replied to Sam Aldis's discussion Cowboy Landscaper Experiences
" See this a lot. 
 Also see it from the otherside. I've been asked to qoute the cheap way then the correct way. Can guess which qoute is normally accepted. If this is the case it's always documented that the client has wanted to take this path"
4 hours ago
Sean Payne replied to Daniel Edwards's discussion New Builds and garden drainage problems
" I think with these new builds drainage is completely overlooked as every single one I've done is saturated constantly "
4 hours ago
Sean Payne replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Van for garden maintenance.
" I've currently got 2016 lwb Renault trafic. Within less than 3 years I've clocked 40k+. Averages 34mpg with nearly full max payload in back. 
 Drives like a car, has all car features and is comfortable. Only issues I've had is headunit, clutch mast…"
4 hours ago
Adrian Noble replied to Harry@VWGS's discussion New Van for garden maintenance.
"Does anyone know of a van which will take three in the cab comfortably.
We have Renault Masters and three in the cab is a squash! Another 6" wider would be good."
5 hours ago
Alan Neath replied to Adam Woods's discussion Hedges/Shrubs against walls
"I have a regular customer with a five foot tall and a good 3 foot deep pyracantha hedge all along the walls of his property.
It is very mature thick growth, which is hard work to reduce the width and there is no gap between the hedge and walls, but…"
23 hours ago
Corin Doyle posted a discussion
I'm really hoping someone on here can help me.I'm looking to get into installing paving/kerbs/hardscaping/streetworks to highways standards for a metreage rate (measured works/price work) for large contractors, councils etc. I'm finding it quite har…
23 hours ago
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Gary replied to Ian Parkes's discussion Honda HRH536 HX pro difference between Honda HRD 536 TX
"Both high end machines but the HX machines are hydrostatic drive with ‘commercial grade’ Honda engines and would suggest that’s the main cause of the price difference 
The model coding typically gives the game away "
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Ian Parkes posted a discussion
Right there a big difference in price between these 2 ... can anyone tell me the main differences... also see ones not quite as heavy. difference of £500 quid...?Is it just the allaminum deck?
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Fusion Media posted a blog post
AGROVISTA has today announced the completion of its acquisition of leading sports turf, landscaping and horticulture business, Maxwell Amenity.First announced in October, the acquisition brings together two of the most experienced and progressive te…
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Commercial paving

I'm really hoping someone on here can help me.I'm looking to get into installing paving/kerbs/hardscaping/streetworks to highways standards for a metreage rate (measured works/price work) for large contractors, councils etc. I'm finding it quite…

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