Top award achieved at Harrogate Spring Flower Show


Sustain Landscapes were delighted to be part of the BALI Yorkshire and North East team achieving a Premier Gold Award for the show garden – ‘a vision of Modern Serenity.’ Designed and built by BALI members from the Yorkshire and North East Region the garden was created to provide a calm, stylish space in which […]

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Work Commences at Harton Quays Park


Sustain Landscapes have commenced work on a £2.3 Million water front Park in South Shields. The park is the first phase of South Tyneside Council’s Riverside Regeneration Strategy and is designed with the aim of providing additional amenity to the area, a cultural focus and spaces for events. Sustain Landscapes will implement the high specification […]

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Sustain Landscapes Contracted on Two North East Hospitals

February saw Sustain Landscapes implementing landscape schemes on Morpeth Integrated Care Centre and the RVI in Newcastle. Works at Morpeth involved a varied landscape scheme which included herbaceous, ferns and grasses, as well as mature trees and shrubs. At the RVI in Newcastle the works were carefully implemented allowing access for the continued works of […]

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Sustain Landscapes digs Schools out of the snow

Sustain Landscapes snow clearance and gritting services came to the rescue of Primary and Secondary Schools in the region as heavy snow forced many Schools to close. The snow clearance teams armed with ploughs and telehandler cleared access roads, car parks, footpaths and emergency exits to enable Schools to reopen where several days of snow […]

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Sustain Landscapes achieves mammoth staff training and certification year


Investment in staff training reached an all-time high in 2012 when every staff member within the Company received formal training with certification to enhance their career development. All staff embraced the training opportunities offered to achieve certification in a range of skills which included: – CITB Site Manager Safety Training Scheme, CPCS Dumper, CPCS Telehandler, […]

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Sustain completes double contracts for Kier

Sustain Landscapes were delighted to be awarded two contracts for Kier Construction, both of which were carried out and completed in November. Soft landscaping was carried out on a new Northumbria Police Unit which included wildflower meadow planting and aquatic planting to new ponds. At Hermiston Retail Park in Consett, a soft landscaping scheme was […]

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Works begin at Durhamgate


Sustain Landscapes have been appointed to implement the soft landscaping scheme at the North East’s largest mixed use regeneration development. Located near Spennymoor, Durhamgate will combine commercial, living and leisure opportunities. Working for Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering, Sustain Landscapes will plant over 80 semi-mature trees, 3500 native shrub and hedgerow plants, 4,500 ornamental shrubs, 2,500 […]

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Sustain Landscapes Welcomes New Apprentices


Sustain Landscapes are delighted to welcome two apprentices to the team. David Boldon and David Carrington were selected as the successful candidates from an interview group of 10 and over 80 applicants for the positions. Gemma Matthews, Business Development Manager, stated “As Sustain Landscapes continues to grow and expand its client base it is essential […]

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Sustain Landscapes in a League of its Own


Sustain Landscapes have marked their commitment to sports in the region by becoming the official kit sponsor for Sunderland College under 18′s football team. The team, whose natural turf pitches have been maintained by Sustain Landscapes for the last three years, will also train on the brand new 3rd generation synthetic football pitches to be […]

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Sustain Landscapes Complete Works at Kiln Pit Hill Wind Farm


Constructed by RWE npower renewables Sustain Landscapes were contracted to carry out landscaping and reinstatement works on the scheme. Commencing in November with the construction of over 2000 linear metres of stock proof and post and rail fencing the works continued through the winter months with the planting of over 7000 native trees and shrubs […]

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