At Priory Bridge, we know the joys that come from gardening and garden design. We have a passion for what we do. Getting up in the morning and throwing ourselves into the scents of nature as soon as the morning sun comes up is something we’ll never get tired of. Many of our loyal domestic and commercial clients are of the same thinking. Getting their hands dirty and pulling their sleeves up to maintain their garden is often more a treat than a chore.
If you talk to most within the landscaping and horticulture industry they will tell you that Autumn is a fantastic time for landscape maintenance. You might be renovating your lawn, planting or pruning, whatever it may be, there’s tons of reasons why Autumn landscaping is the best for your garden. We know that Scotland is a cold climate but during this time of year landscaping is a great idea due to the even cooler temperatures and increased moisture. The weather enables plants to become established while providing a great environment for new grass to grow in the garden.
Not sure how to plant a tree properly? A lot of people think planting a tree is as simple as submerging it in soil in your garden. As part of any commercial landscaping project, some properties look fantastic with a green canopy that’s lush which invites wildlife, provides shade in the summer months and boosts your spirits. Before you can enjoy the tree’s which you plant, you need to ensure that they will remain part of the landscape for generations to come. Here are the do’s and don’ts of tree planting that give you the best results:
At Priory Bridge Landscaping, we take pride in helping people and making their dreams comes to reality. We feel we were able to extend this in the charity work we do. PBLs Jacqui Doyle has organised a team of 45 ladies to do the Pretty Muddy on September 16th, 2017. This charity event will help in the defeat of Cancer by raising much needed funds for Cancer Research UK in the fight against the disease. This will save lives so we need your help.
If you’re a business you want the image of the premises to look the best they can. Who doesn’t love an outdoor space that’s uniquely designed and a space that looks beautiful. Commercial landscaping Glasgow and beyond is becoming more and more popular, turning dull and non-attractive spaces into a place that is enjoyed by employees and customers alike.
One of the best solutions in improving the exterior of your home is having a boundary present. This will improve the outside in two ways; be aesthetically pleasing and deter unwanted visitors. Careful consideration needs to be made when choosing a garden fence as it plays a large part in the look of your garden.
Estate Maintenance Contract
2014 saw the success of 3 Estate Maintenance Contract Awards for Craignethan, Elgin and Strathdon Historical Regional Sites. Each Estate Maintenance Contract was awarded for 2 years with Craignethan being extended until 2018.
Landscaping Jobs Glasgow
We recruit individuals from a wide variety of professional backgrounds. Self motivation and enthusiasm are our key requirements.
To apply for a position within PBL please send a copy of your current CV with covering letter to us at the following address: Priory Bridge Landscaping, Administration Dept, Byrewood Orchard, Hazelbank, Lanark, ML11 9XL.
Welcome to the New Priory Bridge Landscaping website.
Priory Bridge Landscaping is a Partnership between Jacqui Doyle and Scott Murphy, both whom work very closely with all staff, clients, visitors and residents to ensure high standards are reached and maintained on every Contract.
Since commencing trading in June 2005 our business has developed from being predominantly Glasgow based to successfully operating throughout Scotland.
Please enquire with us online or by phone for more information on how we could help you.