Gardener in Lambeth, Kennington

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 gardening service in SE11 Lambeth, Kennington

Kennington SE11 is area in South London, in the London Borough of Lambeth. It islocated south-east of Charing Cross. One of the most dominant places of interest is the Lambeth Palace – one of the few medieval buildings left in London. It is also the last survivor of the great London seats of the Bishops located along the South Bank of the Thames. The Archbishop of Canterbury has owned it since about 1200, and it remains his London residence. The Palace is not open to the general public however tours may be arranged by contacting the bookings department.

The garden has several open days throughout the year. Within the palace grounds is the Lambeth Palace Library – the principal library and record office for the history of the Church of England, founded in 1610 – which is freely available to members of the public with a formal letter of introduction from an academic supervisor, vicar or the like. Underground Stations that serve the area are Lambeth North Tube and Waterloo Tube. Railway Stations are the Waterloo Railway Station and the Waterloo East Railway Station. Car Parks to use are the Library Street NCP and the Elephant and Castle NCP.