Stewart Landscape Construction, the family run landscaping firm, have expanded further into the London area successfully winning contracts for the new year.
Online PR News – 01-February-2012 – – Stewart Landscape Construction, the family run landscaping firm, have got the New Year off to a fantastic start with three new business contracts in the London area. Located on the picturesque Essex and Suffolk border, the team have been hard at work in the East Anglia area, but are delighted to announce that their targeting of the London landscaping market has paid off with three major contracts being awarded.
They have managed to secure these contracts in London working with two Landscape designers. The work involves soft and hard landscaping for three new domestic clients in very affluent parts of Kensington and Chelsea. They have a combined value of approximately £240K.
Mark Richardson, the founder of Stewart Landscape Construction had this to say about the new contracts: "We are very pleased to have secured these new contracts and look forward to starting the projects in the next few weeks. This is a very good start to 2012, in addition, we have received a number of other enquiries during this month for private domestic gardens in north London".
Stewart Landscape Construction are an established and growing landscape consultancy and landscape contractor based in Bures in Suffolk. They can landscape gardens for private clients, commercial buildings and housing schemes and specialise in urban gardens and roof terraces. With these three London contracts and new enquiries arriving every day, it is certain that they will continue to grow from strength to strength.
About Stewart Landscape Construction
Stewart Landscape Construction are a landscaping contractor who have established themselves as a leader in the design and creation of bespoke gardens and can undertake any landscaping project, large or small. They are a dedicated and gifted team of professionals who work with some of the country's top garden designers to construct bespoke gardens in the South East and East Anglian region.