Welcome to Willerby Landscapes

Supplier of garden maintenance services (Olympic Park) to the London 2012 Games

We are one of UK’s leading landscaping companies and as a BALI Award winning commercial landscaping contractor, which was founded in 1983, we pride ourselves in providing best in class hard and soft landscape contracting services. Last year saw us celebrate with 30 years of successful high profile projects under our belt, such as hard and soft landscaping at Canary Wharf London, Bluewater Retail Park Kent, Liverpool ONE Paradise Street regeneration, One Hyde Park in London, Brent Civic Centre, and Guildford Business Park re-development. We continue to expand on our services to provide enterprising landscaping solutions and innovations for our clients.

Over the years we have been responsible for innovative security planter designs which have been tested and received an anti ram barrier PAS 68:2007 accreditation. We have worked with RHS Gold Award winning landscape designers such as Robert Myers, Laurie Chetwood, Patrick Collins, Mary-Louise Agius and TV personality Joe Swift at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. We have also installed bio-diversity gardens, along with green roofs and walled gardens for blue chip FTSE 100 companies.

Our specialist experience in semi-mature containerised trees, installation & design of water features, irrigation systems and grounds maintenance, along with a skilled and motivated team, has enable us to provide an unrivalled range of abilities, thus ensuring projects are completed swiftly and efficiently; this recognition resulted in our involvement with the construction and planting of the Olympic Park in Stratford London, of one of the largest planting projects in the UK with more that 4,000 trees, 74,000 plants and over 350,000 wetland plants and now with our continued involvement in the Legacy transformation works, in constructing a new Pleasure Garden for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, South Plaza which is now complete and officially handed over to the LLDC on the 28th March 2014.

However, we are still in situ as we continue on the next phase of our involvement with the tranformation project; the re-generation of the River Lee Navigation Canal side, leading up to the A12 with the creation of a brand new Park.