Service Overview

Our skilled team of land-based operatives undertake a wide range of environmental tasks, working for government agencies, public sector bodies and charitable trusts, as well as local authorities and highways. Our range of specialist machinery provides practical, cost-effective solutions for sensitive sites or sites with difficult access.

  • Hedge laying
  • Tree planting
  • Coppicing contracts
  • Reptile & amphibian exclusion fencing
  • Vermin control
  • Mobile green composting solutions
  • Remote-controlled bank and verge mowing
  • Vegetation management
  • River and waterway maintenance
  • Meadow restoration and creation
  • Rights of way infrastructure
  • 24-hour call-out

Pest Control

Green Oak carries out a comprehensive pest control service across domestic and commercial sectors, ensuring a pest-free environment. Our proactive pest control service undertakes one-off visits as well as routine contracted visits. All service visits are carried out by a BPCA qualified pest control technician and will check and monitor for pest activity.

Ecological Work

Green Oak undertakes large scale commercial tree planting, woodland management and responsible stewardship plans. Our ecology team can assist with grant applications, site surveys, habitat management plans, creation of conservation grazing schemes advice and implementation, and practical management.

Exclusion Fencing

Green Oak Fencing division installs a comprehensive range of wildlife exclusion fencing, including badger fencing, newt fencing and rodent fencing. Wildlife fencing provides a cost-effective solution to meet the statutory requirements imposed upon property developers and land agents concerning the conservation of protected species located in or near a development site.

Did you know wildflower meadows remove a range of pollutants from the air?

Compared to the shallow roots of a typical lawn, the variety of their roots bring essential nutrients to the top of the soil. Many insects also prefer to dine on what grows wild, which can be beneficial to adjacent gardens and crops. With an amazing capacity for carbon storage, no need for weed killers and less frequent mowing, wildflower meadows are a great way to enrich your life.

Stuart Christie (MBALI, FdSc Hort.)

Managing Director

Environment and Ecology as guiding principles

As the world becomes increasingly aware of the importance of looking after the environment, there are many small steps we can all take to share in that responsibility. This may consist of small measures such as replacing a lawn with a wildflower meadow and planting native hedging along a fence, creating wildlife habitats, one small sanctuary at a time. It means planning a project to minimise waste and using locally sourced materials where possible. At Green Oak, we take a holistic view of all our projects and are happy to advise you on how you can positively impact when commissioning your project.

Need advice on your site?

If you need help and think your need falls outside what is detailed on this page, just give us a call. We may well be able to help you or point you in the right direction.

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