Month: December 2021

Getting Festive

Christmas Jumpers for Charity

As a bit of festive fun, the members of the Panoramic team at Hastings were invited to come into the office dressed in their favourite Christmas jumper. The photo shows what a variety of designs there was and everyone starting to get into the festive spirit.  A small donation was made by each member of the team towards a cancer charity.



Just a reminder that we finish for Christmas at the close of play tomorrow, Wednesday 22nd December and that we will be back in the office ready to start serving all our customers again on Tuesday 4th January.

Best Wishes to everyone and Seasons’ Greetings from all of us at Panoramic.


Happy Holidays from Panoramic Landscapes


Merry Christmas from all of us at Panoramic Landscape Contractors.

Our offices will be closed for the Christmas Holidays from the 22nd of December until the 4th of January 2022.


New Customers Join Our Client List

As we continue to grow, we are delighted to welcome a number of new customers who have recently placed their first projects with Panoramic. It’s great that they have entrusted us with their soft landscaping work.



Among the new clients that we are working with for the first time over recent weeks are the following:

  • Cadman Group
  • BBS Construction / Chartway Group
  • Davis Construction
  • Jenner Group
  • Magrock
  • Pilbeam
  • SDC
  • Tinnelly Construction


These new clients have brought with them a variety of project types including the landscaping around schools, care homes, self-storage units, industrial units, new build housing, large scale commercial and schemes within the urban realm.

To discuss your first Panoramic project and join our long list of contented customers please contact us.


Taking Care at the Crematorium

Working with Beard Construction, we recently completed soft landscaping works at the South Oxford Crematorium. The project constituted extending the current gardens and was the first of this kind for us, as we were carrying out works in an active crematorium.

The conditions posed a unique challenge and required us to adapt our site work and deliveries so as to not disrupt ongoing services. Operating at an active crematorium came with several unexpected hurdles. However, thanks to the help of Beard and the patience of the client, we were able to overcome these as a team and learn valuable lessons along the way.



The project included the planting of 77 trees, ornamental hedging, over 1,000 shrubs and bulbs, 1,160m² of turfing plus mulching. The work was undertaken over four months and we are now beginning our usual twelve-month period of maintenance.

Keep an eye open for new posts about this site once our planting has had time to establish and flourish!  To discuss how we can take care of your next soft landscaping project please contact us.