Lewis | May 7, 2015 | 0 Comments
The last couple of months here at Oakleigh Manor have been astonishing; enquiries have been been coming through the office thick and fast and everyone is rushed off of their feet. But we wouldn’t have any other way; we find that busyness only improves our company values as well as our ethos. These ultimately help us grow and evolve as a company; this includes Oakleigh Manor Horticultural Services. David Reade, the company’s Horticultural Director, and his in-house teams are right in the centre of an exciting period for OMHS, with a number of high-profile developments starting both presently and in the very near-future.
At the beginning of this week, OMHS started work maintaining the gardens and grounds of the Thames Barrier Complex in London. This project is in conjunction with the Environment Agency; it is evident that our qualities as a company as a whole are shining through, with this contract being made with a high-profile body for a high-profile area. David Reade is very excited about the whole project; his passion for planting is with both domestic and commercial clients and this may be a commercial client, but it is also for the benefit of the general public. David’s approach is very unique; you can read more about him on our Team page, as well as a previous blog post, cleverly called Read About Reade…
He has one of his horticultural teams at the Thames Barrier site for most of the week, meaning the OMHS company is evermore busy with their beloved private clients. In spite of, the dedication of David and his teams though, they still go out of their way to get into the office, not only to type up proposals and answer enquiries, but also to sit down with myself, the Marketing Administrator, to discuss plans for OMHS. As a result of our brainstorming and design, please keep an eye out for our flyer campaign, which is being distributed next week.
Not only this, if you are interested in reading more about Oakleigh Manor Horticultural Services, David Reade and the news of the Thames Barrier Complex are also featured in the next edition of the Oakleigh Journal, our monthly e-newsletter. To get your free subscription, sign up to the Oakleigh Manor Client Club today.
That’s it! A quick insight to the goings-on within the Oakleigh Manor Horticultural Services company at the present time. There’s more to us than just landscaping.