In February 2016, The Landscape Group merged with Quadron Services Ltd to create the idverde UK family, the largest green service provider in the UK. Together, we offer services in amenity horticulture; focusing on parks and open space management, grounds maintenance, tree surgery, street cleansing and landscape design and build.
We care for parks and gardens, amenity green space, woodlands, riverbanks, beaches and nature reserves. Our fine turf specialists keep bowling greens, golf courses and cricket squares in top playing condition.
We’ve built many award-winning landscapes for our clients. These range from the award-winning and ultra-modern Media City in Salford Quays, to the Athletes Village in London, to formal park restorations funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Our term contracts are equally varied. For Wiltshire Council, we provide grounds maintenance and street cleansing services across the entire country of Wiltshire, including caring for cemeteries, cricket pitches and country parks.
At Stroud, we look after the beautiful Stratford Park, where the focus is on balancing high quality horticulture within a thriving natural habitat.
We were appointed to look after the green estate at the newly constructed Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. This includes the celebrated 2012 Gardens – built to pay tribute to Britain’s long history of exploration and plant collecting and housing 250 different species, divided into four climatic zones, each drawing upon the ecological character of habitats found in the wild.
In 2015, Bromley Council outsourced their parks management department to us, and we are now trusted to interact directly with residents, manage community and volunteer relationships, monitor and protect biodiversity and manage events across the Borough. We drafted a Parks, Greenspace and Countryside Strategy which has now been adopted by Members.
Our customers are a blend of public and private sector organisations; local authorities, housing associations, utility firms, facilities managers, private businesses, schools and the construction industry.