Social Housing and Utilities Maintenance London

Although our main business revolves around landscape gardening and garden building, we also offer a highly specialised social housing and utilities maintenance services. This area of our business is targeted towards council housinghousing associationsutility companies and rail infrastructure companies. We have completed vegetation management throughout London and the South East. We have carried out work for Thames Water, BT and EDF Electricity.

Who needs Utilities Area Maintenance?

Utilities area maintenance is required where trees and vegetation are close to power lines. These must be cut back to ensure they don’t cause power outages or become obstructions for passing trains. Our utilities area management service involves vegetation and tree management in areas surrounding these power lines. Keeping these areas clear plays an important part in the upkeep of the electricity infrastructure. Regular vegetation control and tree pruning is also vital to keep the rail networks running smoothly. We have a specially trained team that work fast and ensure that controlled areas stay clear.

We also provide utilities area maintenance for building and construction services. In this instance we are required to clear vegetation and ensure that any new cultivation around power lines is safe and aesthetically appealing.

Acacia Gardens also undertakes area maintenance for social housing and housing associations. The safety of tenants and upkeep of grounds is important. This needs to be carried out by trained staff who observe health and safety rules and clean up the site after the work is completed.

Our utilities area maintenance clients

We have ongoing utilities area maintenance contracts with a number of large organisations all over London, these include; Ground ControlThames WaterBT and EDF Electricity.  If you require our utilities maintenance service on a regular or one-off basis or social housing grounds maintenance contact us here and tell us your requirements.

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