New jobs created ……Greenscape

A Black Country-based gardening and cleaning service is expanding its operations by opening a new base in Coventry – creating new jobs and apprenticeships.
Greenscape, which was established 27 years ago, has opened a unit in Old Church Road, Foleshill and in turn created two new permanent jobs and two apprenticeships.
The new base is expected to help the company cut its carbon footprint too as staff won’t have to travel from Greenscape’s base in the Black Country to serve customers in Coventry.
Phil Greaves, Business Development Manager at Greenscapetold The Landscaper “Since we were established in 1985, we have grown from a business employing just two members of staff to now being a team of 50, servicing hundreds of sites across the Midlands.
“As such, we thought it was the right time to expand and create a base in the heart of Coventry to service our customers in the east of the region and give them an even better and more local service.”
Tel 0121 505 2333.
www.greenscape.org.uk
Greenscape, which has a base in Wednesbury, provides a range of services to not-for-profit organisations like Accord Housing Association and private firms across the West Midlands. It currently services over 350 residential and commercial sites and carries out approximately 700 additional jobs and specialist tree surgery operations each year. Last year, Greenscape turned over more than £1 million for the first time since it was formed 27 years ago.

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