New Season = New Machinery

Ransomes Parkway 3 cutting at Hummersknott Academy

Sustain Landscapes are kicking off the 2014 summer maintenance season with a new Ransomes Parkway 3 triple mower and a new Great Dane rotary pedestrian mower. The new machinery will be deployed on grounds maintenance contracts across the region including schools, academies, business premises and health centres.

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Southmoor Academy appoint Sustain Landscapes

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Sustain Landscapes are looking forward to commencing a grounds maintenance contract with Southmoor Academy in Sunderland, also home to a Martin Gray Football Academy. The works will include maintenance of amenity and sports turf; an all weather surface and synthetic turf MUGA; cricket, netball, tennis and long jump areas; tree, shrub hedgerow and wildlife area […]

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Joe Zazzetta re-elected Chairman of BALI Yorkshire and North East

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The BALI Yorkshire and North East AGM saw Joe Zazzetta, Director at Sustain Landscapes re-elected as Chairman. The role will involve working with the committee to organise a series of educational, showcasing and networking events throughout the year commencing with the construction of the BALI Show Garden at the Harrogate Spring Flower Show.

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Contract Win – Sacred Heart High School Landscaping Works

Sustain Landscapes are pleased to secure the landscaping contract at Sacred Heart High School, Newcastle following construction works to extend building footprint. The works which will commence in March include step construction, resin bound gravel surfacing, top soiling, tree planting, shrub planting and grass seeding.

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Trimdon Station Memorial Improvements


In the year marking the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War Sustain Landscapes are working with Groundwork North East and Trimdon Foundry Parish Council to improve their existing memorial. Constructed on the village recreation ground the works include construction of a ramped paved area and footpath, car park improvement works, tree and […]

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Sustain Landscapes welcomes 3rd apprentice to the team

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Sustain Landscapes is pleased to welcome Lyndsay Dawson to the team as Apprentice Contract Administrator. Lyndsay is the first point of contact for clients and employees in the office. She will manage her own portfolio of administration tasks and will offer contract and administration support to all members of the office team. Lyndsay will commence […]

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Dr Julia Bradbury officially opens Harton Quays Park


A South Tyneside Park, which was soft landscaped by Sustain Landscapes Ltd, was officially opened on 26th November by Dr Julia Bradbury. The television presenter said “I think it’s absolutely fantastic and very exciting that South Shields has concentrated on creating a green space in the middle of all this redevelopment. Everybody now knows that […]

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Health & Safety Training Day at Sustain Landscapes


All staff at Sustain Landscapes took a day out of normal operations to attend a 1 day health and Safety Course. The Register of Landbased Operatives (ROLO) Health, Safety and Environmental Awareness Course  was delivered to all site based staff, supervisors and managers. At the end of the course an examination was taken to enable […]

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Sustain Landscapes attends FSB International Trade Fair

This month saw Sustain Landscapes attending the FSB International trade fair for Amenity Areas and Sports in Cologne, Germany. The show, which is held every two years, saw 622 companies from 44 countries exhibiting new innovations and products. Joe Zazzetta, Commercial Director commented ‘Synthetic turf is a central theme at FSB and is extremely well […]

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Sustain Landscapes to work on £13M Gateway to Sunderland City Centre

Sustain Landscapes will deliver the soft landscaping for the multi million pound redevelopment of St Mary’s Way in to an attractive boulevard and high quality pedestrian public open space. The scheme which will pave the way for the development of the former Vaux site includes the planting of 88 specimen trees as well as grasses, […]

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