Welcome to the Greenbelt News, where you can find a range of updates about our business
and services, as well as informative and educational features about the wider world of
horticulture, ecology and the environment.

We are constantly active with new community campaigns, and strive to stay abreast of the
latest developments in horticulture, ecology and open space management, all of which have
considerations for how we provide our services to you.

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Greenbelt News

In the interest of openness, transparency and creating a constructive conversation, we invite you to find out more about what we do by reading our news articles below. You could also join the debate on the future of Britain's urban green spaces by connecting with us on social media.

Gardens For Guardians

Meet Our First Winner!

We have completely transformed an NHS hero's garden after she was nominated by neighbours in our Gardens For Guardians campaign.

Let’s Keep Our Play Areas Safe

Enjoy The Great Outdoors Responsibly

With important government guidelines still in place to suppress the spread of Covid-19, please help us keep you safe by

Mental Health Awareness Week: V

Being There For One Another

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting lives in so many fundamental ways, now more than ever it’s vital to talk about mental health.

Mental Health Awareness Week: IV

The Importance Of Play

As we continue exploring ways to help promote Mental Health Awareness Week today our focus is on how green spaces can help young minds.

Mental Health Awareness Week: III

Let's Go Green for Happiness

All this week we’re exploring ways to help promote Mental Health Awareness Week, and today our focus is on the amazing

Mental Health Awareness Week: II

Kindness & The Great Outdoors

To share the message during Mental Health Awareness Week, we’re exploring ways to use kindness to

Mental Health Awareness Week

Community, support and hope

Find out why kindness is at the heart of the 2020 campaign by the Mental Health Foundation.

NHS Nurse

Gardens For Guardians

Greenbelt pledges to help our NHS heroes

We’d like to show our heartfelt appreciation by giving some NHS-employed customers, nominated by Greenbelt residents, a Free Garden Upgrade.

A Nurse For A Year

Greenbelt Announces Marie Curie Annual Partnership

We are delighted to announce that we’ve committed to donating £20,000 a year to our chosen charity Marie Curie.

Let's Celebrate Earth Day 2020

Greenbelt is getting back to work – caring, safely and responsibly, for your open space environment.

And even in these challenging times there are reasons to be cheerful.

Getting Back To Work

Greenbelt led the way in halting open space maintenance and inspections on housing developments to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 . . . but, rest assured, we have been working non-stop in the background preparing for our return.

Update For Residents

Greenbelt continues to focus on the safety of homeowners and employees and is fully supporting the UK-wide effort to suppress the spread of COVID-19.

This means it’s not possible right now to perform the routine maintenance that would normally be underway on developments at the beginning of Spring.

An Important Message

Greenbelt is prioritising the safety of homeowners and our employees in these extraordinary and challenging times by suspending all open space maintenance.

Our number one goal is to help halt the spread of COVID-19 for us and the world around us.

Please be assured none of our residents will be charged for the period when maintenance is halted, with full and clear details made available on your next annual bill.

Coronavirus: An Update From Greenbelt

Having introduced our own programme of strict hygiene controls, Greenbelt is continuing with the uninterrupted operation of our services based on the latest Government advice.

Storm Dennis brings flood warnings

Weather experts are warning Storm Dennis could inflict more damage this weekend than Storm Ciara, with a “perfect storm” caused by a combination of heavy rain, strong winds and melting snow.

Storm Ciara Warning

We’d like to alert our customers that the Met Office has issued severe weather warnings as Storm Ciara brings heavy rain and widespread gales to the UK.

The low-pressure system, which developed in the North Atlantic and has tracked eastwards to the UK, brings 60mph gusts inland and 80mph gusts in higher and coastal regions.

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99 Firhill Road,
Glasgow G20 7BE
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