If you are looking for a professional gardener, who is dependable and guarantees the quality of his services, Cleaning Team London can assist you. All our customers who reside in East London have the opportunity to be served by highly motivated, trained gardeners, equipped with own professional machines and tools. Quality of work performance is essential, but that is not the only thing we stress on.
Each one of our gardeners have very good communication skills, are friendly and reliable. They have full public liability insurances, which gives peace of mind to both our employees and customers.
We are aware that every property is different, each garden has particular needs, and you are the ones to give your personal requirements. Lawn mowing, weeding, pruning, spring and autumn or regular tidy ups are the services Cleaning Team London is not restrained to.
For cutting trees, laying new lawn, turfing, planting, installing patio, building a pond, and more, we will arrange a viewing to measure the amount of job and the best way to be carried out. Viewings are free of charge and we give no obligation quotes. Call today for an estimate or to schedule a viewing with one of our experienced gardeners.
About our gardeners in SE5 Camberwell
Camberwell is a district of London, England and forms part of the London Borough of Southwark. It is located south east of Charing Cross. To the west it has a boundary with the London Borough of Lambeth. Famous landmarks are:
Peckham Library – earned the 2000 Stirling Award for architectural innovation and the Civic Trust Award for excellence in public architecture (April 2002), which included the London Eye and Tate Modern.
Theatre Peckham – a theatre company specialising in work with and for young people, offering classes in drama,dances, musical theatre, singing, performing arts etc;
Southwark Town Hall – many conferences and meetings take place here. It is the Southwark Council administrative base, housing the mayor, chief exec and head of council’s offices.
South London Gallery one of the city’s most important venues for contemporary art.
Portland Leander Swimming Club – specially for children from the local Wandsworth and Lambeth areas, as well as kids from other nearby regions of Southern London. Swimming lessons are designed for children of five years and older.
Black Cultural Archive & Museum – locates in the heart of Brixton, the Black Cultural Archives are a great place to explore the history of London’s and Britain’s communities of African descent.
Sun & Doves -A roomy, airy pub which also serves as an art gallery for local and international artists. A great spot to pop in for a pint and get a look at some well done, reasonably priced paintings.
William Booth College – spread over seven and a half acres of leafy gardens, its campus is a refuge of rural woodsiness in very center of London.
Cuming Museum -Henry Syer Cuming furthered his father collection of artifacts related to Natural History, Archeology, and Ethnology.
London Wildlife Garden Centre -first established by the London Wildlife Trust as a tree centre Nowadays, its duties have evolved to include the promotion of green areas and excellent ideas on how to convert your garden into a wildlife haven.
Rebus Tour Guides - a long established company, organized standard and specialty tours. All its guides are trained to the most rigorous standards and are adaptable to the sites that a group wishes to see.
Camberwell is connected to central London by Camberwell New Road in the west and Camberwell Road in the north. It is very well served by bus routes. Camberwell had been served by three railway stations, however after the the First World War only Denmark Hill railway station is functioning.
London Underground have planned a Bakerloo line extension to Camberwell , however it is still under consideration.
Nearest railway stations are Loughborough Junction railway station and Denmark Hill railway station.