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New enquiries: 0800 030 9114

Existing customers: 01438 717175

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Our quality workmanship has earned us a varied, valued client-base

We are one of the UK's most successful grounds maintenance companies. Get in touch with us today to see how we could help you!

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People We Work With

John O’Conner has had the pleasure of working with a diverse range of clients. Through our bespoke grounds maintenance services, we’ve been able to achieve some fantastic results. We have delivered premier grounds maintenance services to numerous housing authorities, as well as providing extensive services for many housing authorities. These include:

  • Aylesbury Vale District Council: Joining forces with SITA UK, we are proud to provide the district of Aylesbury with street cleaning and horticultural services as part of an integrated contract.
  • Hertsmere Borough Council: Offering a broad sweep of services, our contract in Hertsmere consists of the maintenance of parks, cemeteries and open spaces. This includes 27 play areas, one paddling pool and a range of exercise facilities and equipment.
  • North Hertfordshire District Council: As one of our largest contracts, we provide maintenance to approximately 2 million square meters of grass, 26 football pitches, 51 equipped play areas, four local nature reserves and seven cemeteries throughout North Hertfordshire.

We are committed to providing innovative solutions to meet the requirements of each and every client. From start to finish, we provide constant communication to ensure the sites we work on across the UK remain as clean and attractive as possible – no matter the size or scale.

If your site or development could benefit from a focussed and attentive approach to landscape maintenance, contact the team at John O’Conner today. We are always happy to help.

The Hawkhills, Yorkshire

The Hawkhills is sited in that part of the Vale of York which became known as the Forest of Galtres, a Royal Forest from the days of the earliest Norman kings of England.

The site has recorded history dating back to 1630, where the Temple Newsham papers record the plan for clearing the Forest of Galtres, when the King decided on felling the forest.

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