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98 LANDSCAPING & EXTERNAL WORKS


Green-tech supply Green-tree soils for £30m refurbishment programme


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ne of the UK’s busiest retail sites, Teesside Park in Stockton-on-Tees, is undergoing its biggest overhaul for


30 years. Owner, leading UK property company British Land has undertaken a £30m programme of enhancements, of which £1.6m has been allocated to new landscaping, over a period of 18 months and 12 phases. The majority of the landscaping centres


around the new car parking layout, which has been totally re-designed to improve accessibility, traffic flow and reduce ‘conflict’. It is being carried out by Gavin Jones Limited who provide professional landscape management services across the UK. Two key pedestrian routes have been added


as well as an open-air courtyard, featuring seating and Corten-style planters. As part of the first three phases, Green-tech


has supplied in excess of 1,500 tonnes of Green-tree soil, including Amenity Tree Soil, sand and pea gravel for the tree pits; along with Green-tree subsoil and topsoil for the


ornamental herbaceous planters. The landscape architects, MacGregor


Smith, requested a specific planting specification, and Green-tree was able to produce a bespoke topsoil mix to satisfy these demands. The soil was supplied from one of Green-tree’s soil manufacturing sites in Yorkshire, just three miles away from the final site. All deliveries were timed to hit pre-9am timed deliveries; the smaller batches ensuring that all soil was fresh and easy to handle. In addition, Green-tech’s Mona Relief irrigation systems and tree anchors were


supplied to ensure all the trees and shrubs have the best possible chance of establishment and success in their new environment. Richard Wexham from Green-tech said,


“To supply the soil for such a major project, with such a tight specification and deadlines, is something that we thrive on. We have worked with both the landscape contractor, Gavin Jones Ltd, and landscape Architect MacGregor Smith on several projects now, and it is always a pleasure to be able to deliver a fantastic product at a competitive price.” Ricky Whiteman, Head of Estimating


North from Gavin Jones Ltd adds, “On a project of this scale, logistics and delivery deadlines are critical. Working with Green- tech on previous projects, we were confident that everything would run to plan, and they didn’t let us down. Everything was supplied when and where it was needed, with the minimum of fuss.”


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