Landscape firm proves to be a cut above the rest

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A Belchamp St Paul company has won a contract to provide landscaping services to a innovative business park.

Aspect Landscaping of Hickford Hill has been awarded the landscape maintenance contract at the Haverhill Research Park being developed for businesses.

Aspect will look after the grass areas, hedges, woodland areas, the central pond, drainage ditches and hard landscaping including benches, paths and the decking beside the pond.

James Warmington, of Aspect Landscaping, said: “Maintaining the quality of the landscaping to the highest standards is of a vital importance in ensuring a great working environment for the companies who will be considering locating to the research park.

“We are happy to be associated with this project.”

Nic Rumsey, managing director of Jaynic the research park’s developer said: “Aspect are a local company providing jobs for local people and with a strong reputation.”