Landscaping firm Hasmead expands to new head office

Landscaping firm Hasmead has moved to a larger head office in Bedfordshire to help it expand.

The firm — which was previously based in Salford, Milton Keynes — has now moved to new premises in nearby Eversholt.

Managing director Jonathan Todd explained: "The move to larger premises reflects our strong performance and the increased need for more space. It will enhance our delivery to clients and improve the working space for staff."

Hasmead also runs a tree nursery — Premier Trees — based in Southill, Bedfordshire. The 110-acre (45ha) nursery is dedicated to the production of large field-grown, multi-stemmed shrubs and trees, pines, instant hedging, feathered and standard trees.

 

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