Ground Control on London Stock Exchange list of inspiring companies

National landscaping company Ground Control has been named one of London Stock Exchange's 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain.

The organisation, which has its head office in Essex, is considered to be one of 1,000 firms fuelling "the long-term growth of the UK economy" in a list that was narrowed down from over 4.5 million companies.

Along with the London Stock Exchange, 14 Daily Telegraph writers also hand-picked Ground Control as a company which "personally inspires them."

Although the selection criteria required companies to have shown increased revenue in three of the last four years, it was also heavily influenced by a company’s contribution to providing employment opportunities and growth.

Ground Control is listed in the stock exchange's £40m to £50m a year turnover bracket and works across the landscaping industry, covering design, construction, maintenance and arboriculture.

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