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I was fined £200 for parking on my driveway – I got the ultimate revenge for the next 8 YEARS

A MAN was fined £200 after their neighbour complained about his car park, but he got the ultimate revenge for the next eight years. The car enthusiast was testing his mechanic skills by restoring his old motor, but this didn’t sit well with his new neighbour…

Abu Dhabi’s Aldar announces acquisition of Basatin

Home / UAE / Business Abu Dhabi’s Aldar announces acquisition of Basatin Dh150m transaction will see realtor take 75% stake in landscaping firm The Aldar headquarters in Abu Dhabi. —…

John Sisk & Son (Sisk) has been appointed by Sheffield City Council to carry out £25m-worth of city centre landscaping work…

Revolutionizing Your Driveway: The Guide to Installing Driveway Outdoor Basketball Tiles

Nowadays, people pay more and more attention to how to play sports at home, so backyard basketball courts are becoming more and more popular. But because not every home has enough backyard space to accommodate a basketball court, some people have thought of converting a driveway into a basketball court…

Bear attacks 2 young children playing in their driveway in Pennsylvania

The children, aged 5 years old and 14 months old, were treated for bites and scratches at a local hospital and released, officials said…

Unearth the perfect landscaping business name with our creative suggestions and practical advice. Let your GreenScape grow with a fitting name…

Local, long-time landscape designer Steve Letz is raising awareness about maximizing water conservation in San Diego and believes the answer to the problem is xeriscape, a style of landscape design requiring little or no irrigation…

Turn your compact track loaders, skid steers and excavators into landscaping machines…

Use Baking Soda to Get Rid of Moss Growing on Your Sidewalk and Driveway

Not everyone is a fan of the rustic look of moss growing on their driveway, sidewalk, or patio. But, appearance aside, it’s a safety hazard. When moss covers materials like concrete, brick, wood, and paving stones, it can make these high-traffic surfaces extremely slippery, increasing the risk of someone falling…