Our service delivery extends across the South of England. Our Clients and Customers include local authorities, housing associations, private businesses, schools, hospitals, parish councils, and the construction industry.
In 2017 4th Corner won the contract to provide our Grounds Maintenance Services to Advance. Advance are a Registered Provider of Social Housing with the Homes & Communities Agency, and a charitable organisation who provide housing and support for adults with learning disabilities or mental health issues.
Guinness is one of the largest affordable housing and care providers in the country, with over 60,000 homes and has 120,000 customers nationally. 4th Corner has been awarded the contract for 2014 - 2017 to maintain the gardens and grounds of their housing developments in Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham. This contract is a rewarding one as this historic and prestigious national housing charity provides high quality homes in a diverse range of locations and buildings throughout the South West.
4th Corner are now in charge of the gardens and green spaces of the Milton Keynes and Chiltern sector of People for Places Housing Association. The contract extends to approximately 30 sites in and around Milton Keynes, Luton and Bedford. Places for People are one of the largest property management, development and regeneration companies in the UK. They own or manage 148,000 homes throughout England and Wales.
CP Bigwood operate across Birmingham, Warwickshire and the Midlands from three prominent offices in Birmingham City Centre, Stratford upon Avon and Henley in Arden. 4th Corner Landscaping have contracts to carry out the grounds maintenance on many of their Residential Developments including the Axis Residential Development in Central Banbury. The Axis site has includes over 300 new homes, a primary school and community centre.
Cropredy Marina is owned and operated by Tim Langer, who began business on the inland waterways in 1992 when he founded Canal Craft Narrowboat Brokerage. The frequent difficulty of finding moorings for narrow-boat purchasers prompted Tim to seek suitable sites to develop his own marina's. An ideal site was found at Cropredy on the southern Oxford Canal. Construction began in September 2012 and Phase I opened on August 31, 2013. The second basin opened in November 2013. 4th Corner Landscaping were proud to win the business for the landscaping of this entire project, including planting over 500 sqm of wildflowers, turfing and extensive tree and hedgerow planting.