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Jul 24

With a Little Help from Our Friends

Removing this tricky Horse Chestnut over this Grade II listed building. The team used a MEWP and a crane to get the job completed safely.
Jun 08

Landscaping Kicking Off!

Tom from our landscaping team, preparing a school football pitch ready for seeding
May 15

Team Photo!

One of our tree teams after felling a large dead horse chestnut for one our residential clients
Apr 19

Helping Power the Nation

Another load of woodchip going out to the biomass centre from our depot. Helping reduce emissions and energy costs, this forms part of our renewable energy commitments to the community.
Mar 20

Feedback for success!

We love getting feedback from our customers, here are a recent few:   “please pass on our thanks to the team that came to us, we were very impressed with the level of skill and the care they took. We are delighted with the results.” “We would like to express our thanks for a job […]
Feb 15

New Addition to the Fleet

Our new grab lorry makes light work of a fallen beech tree and ensures the road is reopened with little disruption to the public.
Jan 24

The Finishing Touches!

Another great landscaping project completed on time by one of our landscaping teams. The team worked hard in bad weather to ensure the work was completed prior to the houses going for sale.
Dec 04

‘2 Become 3!’

We have taken delivery of our third low emission Mitsubishi Canter arb truck. With the new euro emissions standard vehicle, this will help us further reduce our carbon footprint. We are planning to upgrade the last three arb trucks to the Mitsubishi Canters by 2020!
Nov 23

Emergency Works

We were called to one of our estates that we manage to remove a partially fallen lime tree, that was posing a danger to the gatehouse. Our tree team used a Mobile Elevated Work Platform to ensure their safety and to remove the tree with no damage to the property.
Oct 12

‘Teeing-off’ at Stevenage Golf Course!

One of our tree teams working on a local golf course, ensuring the golfers and green keeping staff are safe out on the course.