Many of you who know Jacqui personally and professionally know she has a long history of giving and helping others.
We have had a busy few weeks at Priory Bridge Landscaping. During this time we have secured and renewed several contracts. Read all about it here.
Priory Bridge Landscaping is proud to have been a part of the development of these stunning two, three and four-bedroom private terrace homes that are inspired by European townhouses, classic West End terraces and the Glaswegian tradition of craftsmanship.
Wishawhill Wood Pump Track
Priory Bridge Landscaping were very pleased to be involved in the Wishawhill Wood Pump Track project. This cycle track came with its own unique sets of challenges including kids keen to get on site before completion. It has been extremely rewarding for Priory Bridge Landscaping.
Beast From The East – What Has Been Happening?
Europe has seen temperatures plunge this week following a ‘flood’ of cold air moving in from Russia in the east. This has lead to the fitting name ‘Beast From The East’. Even Rome has seen snow during this temperature plunge, the first in 6 years.
Professional Landscapers Glasgow – Investing in People
Here at Priory Bridge Landscaping, we believe in investing in our teams. It has certainly been a busy couple of months of training to ensure that all our teams are up to date with certificates/legislation and ready to face new challenges. PBL are pleased to report that all our team members are fully Construction Skills Certificate Scheme qualified. In addition to this, six key members have achieved their Site Supervisors Safety Training Scheme qualification in a pilot scheme which has seen us work closely with Story Homes who are running out a pilot training scheme funded by the Home Builders Federation. Two other key members have completed a Train the Trainer day run by stihl and bali. It is essential that all of our professional landscapers Glasgow are up to date with their proper qualifications.
As we mentioned in our previous blog, we announced our sponsorship at the Scottish Property Awards which are taking place at the Glasgow Hilton in two weeks’ time. To say we’re excited is an understatement. As Priory Bridge Landscaping are one of the main sponsors of the event we would like to extend our best wishes to all the finalists in the following categories:
Scott Murphy, partner at Priory Bridge Landscaping, is proud to announce a sponsorship deal with PBL and the Scottish Property Awards Glasgow which takes place in March of this year. He said, “we are very pleased to be involved with such a prestigious event, and look forward to meeting new and old clients on the night.”
Happy New Year! So, it’s back to the grind, the excitement of the festive period has ended and the time off from work or university has faded into view. January can make us all feeling a little bit grey. Whether attending to your domestic or commercial garden is either a release or a New Years’ resolution – lots can be achieved in your outdoor space this month. Maybe it’s pruning deciduous trees, scanning seeds or just leaving food and water out for wildlife.