Landplan are a local, family run business who have built up their reputation and clientele through nearly 40 years of successful, reliable and quality landscaping.
Recently planting over 100,000 trees for Scottish and Southern Energy, Landplan show that they have the capabilities to handle large projects and developments in a safe and efficient manner. Landplan complete contracts for large estates, golf courses and commercial companies where the work ranges from maintenance to extensive landscaping. Planting, moving or removing trees, creating habitats and sculpting the land to fit the customer’s needs is what Landplan do best.
Throughout the planning stages of your development or project Landplan are available with advice from years of landscaping as well as horticultural experience and expertise to ensure that every detail of the customer’s requirement is considered.
We carry out planting works from a few plants on a building site to 100,000 trees on a gas storage plant.
This is a Public Open Space (POS) for Hull City Council around a small flood attenuation lagoon.
A private nature reserve where trees were trees selected for wet conditions i.e., Willow and Alder. Rabbits are present so spiral guards were used for protection.
We have a dedicated maintenance team that looks after schools, factories, sports pitches and more
recently, flood lagoons.
The steep banks are a health and safety challenge! We have invested in a remote-controlled banks mower to ensure the safety of our operatives.
We can offer a basic sweeping service when the area has an access of at least 1.5m.
We construct public open spaces for Local councils and developers.
Henry Cooper Park site was a £250,000 development on a demolition site. We created raised planted beds for residents and school children to grow vegetables.
An entrance sign was erected and a formal tree avenue created enhanced with tree planting and resin bound gravel.
The meandering path approx. 500 m was laid along a long a raised area to ensure a dry walkway was available all year.