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Ownership is the key to the success of our ongoing relationship with Yateley Town Council.
Supervisor Barry Ferguson & Foreman Des Thuambe both live locally and have worked in the Parish since the contract was awarded to Gavin Jones Ltd in 2006 and have set about improving standards and creating a good relationship with the

Town Council, but also the end users of the areas maintained by them.
The Landscape Specification comprises maintenance of the entire Yateley Town Council open spaces including: Recreation Areas, Cemeteries & Highway Verges.
Grass cutting, sports pitch maintenance, shrub pruning, edging-up, flower bed maintenance, ground level tree works, hedge cutting, litter collection, ditch maintenance, weed control and hard surface maintenance are just some of the daily

activities that we undertake on behalf of the Council for the benefit of it’s Parishioners.
Specialist/periodic tasks including maintenance of the Woodland floor, Playground inspection and repairs & Pond maintenance.

Services Provided:

  • LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
  • TREE SURVEYS & SERVICES
  • CEMETERY WORKS
  • SSSI & BIODIVERSITY PROJECTS
  • PLAYGROUND INSPECTIONS
  • SNOW & ICE CLEARANCE
  • WOODLAND MANAGEMENT

Each January our tree team dedicates time, free of charge, to chip all the Christmas trees that have accumulated by Yateley residents.  The council requests that the residents stack their trees in the town council car park.
Our management use qualified staff from neighboring contracts to carry out minor chainsaw work, at short notice and no extra cost, to clear branches & small trees that are blocking paths & roads.
The highly sensitive task of mowing at the cemetery is undertaken to a higher standard than outlined in the specification.
Staff assist local charity a voluntary organisations with the site vehicle to transport large items for events/functions. In addition, staff also assist the local church group with working parties.
In general at Yateley, we try to help our client with any requests, sometimes not landscape related, but to show our commitment to  the success of the ongoing  relationship

“Thank you again for coming to visit our Year 1 class, the children thoroughly enjoyed looking at all the different grass cutters and finding out what it takes to look after their local park.
We hope you will come again next year!” – Mrs. Pearce & Earle Class, Cranford Park Primary School