Our vision is to enable our environment to flourish and to sow the seeds for future generations.
To be leaders in all that we do through collaboration and innovation. Maydencroft is built to last.
5kmOf recycled plastic boardwalks built
50 Urban regeneration projects completed
150 People employed full time
350Major utility infrastructure sites maintained
1000+Items of specialist machinery and equipment
10kHectares of woodland managed
750kTrees planted across multiple sites
£10mIn grant funding secured for clients
From a small but ambitious start in 2007, Maydencroft has progressed to be a market leader in a range of specialist services.
Spanning the commercial, private, public, utility and charity sectors, all kinds of clients rely on our dedicated teams, commitment to sustainability and hi-tech, innovative approach.
From forestry and farmland, to rivers and wetlands, we create, restore and maintain beautiful nature reserves and spectacular urban landscaping projects. We work with the old and the new, from historic landscapes to next-generation developments.
But although our goals are big, we’re still at heart a family spirited business, focused at every stage on quality, performance and outstanding customer service.
The principle contractors for famous landscape architects, including Piet Oudolf and Wirtz International
Responsible for restoring landscapes in some of the nation's favourite historic houses
The company that maintains England's foremost garden cities, Welwyn Garden City and Letchworth Garden City
Our carbon footprint is minimal thanks to our planting of over half a million trees and hedge plants since 2007
We recycle all our wood waste into biomass power and green waste for composting. We also own Revive, a recycled plastics brand.
Our strict environmental policies mean that rare species such as the Grey (English) Partridge thrive on our land.
We embrace clean energy, with fuel-efficient vehicles and a solar photovoltaic (PV) system for our offices.
We have an ongoing programme of rural skills training for every member of our team.
We're helping promote rural areas as relevant, vibrant places to work, with apprenticeships and school visits.
We want children to develop a love for the countryside, so we welcome visits from local schools and youth groups.
We support all kinds of local outdoor community events and local sports clubs.
Our team enjoys flexible working, market-leading salaries and benefits, plus a truly supportive environment.
Our employee retention rates are high, and every team member can access exceptional training and development.
We work with clients in an open-book and collaborative way, as many of the services we offer are unique.
We often provide training for our clients and stakeholders in specialist rural areas, such as hedge laying, livestock checking and forestry.
We're market-leading when it comes to health and safety standards - because quite simply, we care about our people. So we have no fewer than 12 health and safety accreditations which we rigorously follow, and are independently audited for.
From PPE and appropriate workwear, to ongoing training and the ability to contact a line manager wherever employees are, we're always looking to create a positive, healthy environment - so everyone can feel comfortable, supported and above all, safe.
The North Pennines AONB
Northern Gas Networks
London Borough of Hounslow