Growth and diversification for the 2022 Top 70 Landscape & Maintenance Contractors

The top 10 cumulative turnovers are roughly 10% up on last year.

The obvious message from this year’s Horticulture Week Top 70 Landscape & Maintenance Contractors is about companies emerging from the pandemic, with delayed projects coming back into play.

That is allowing companies to look more positively to their future and renew their focus on developing, expanding and diversifying, although a return to business as usual has been accompanied by increased concerns about supply lines and availability of labour.

Activity around biodiversity and rewilding looks to be an area of service expansion for many firms.

The top 70 companies are ranked by turnover in this exclusive annual HW feature.

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