Based in Derbyshire, Urban Planters are a well-established company providing artificial and live plants, planters, and plant displays to the local area, including South Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Birmingham. We have a wealth of experience having designed and installed interior and exterior plant displays for many local offices, hotels, retail properties, restaurants and bars over the years, including Thistle Castle Donington and the University of Derby. See our testimonials below for recommendations from some of our happy clients.
Our mobile units are able to service a range of local areas including Alfreton, Ashbourne, Bakewell, Burton-upon-Trent, Buxton, Castle Donington, Chesterfield, Derby, Matlock, Swadlincote and the surrounding areas. Our gallery, below, shows some of our recent schemes.
We can work directly with clients, or via architects, interior designers or facility management companies, whatever suits your needs. We are confident that we have the right plants and plant products for any space. Our plant displays are available for purchase or hire, with maintenance services available. Feel free to get in touch today and we can discuss your requirements.
"From consultation to installation Urban planters have provided professional, friendly and creative advice resulting in a scheme we are very proud of. I would not hesitate to recommend their services to others."
Becky Probart, Facilities Operations Manager, University of Derby Corporate
"Just wanted to say a BIG thank you for the first class service provided by Malcolm and his assistant today! He was fantastic and worked admirably around the last minute painting, sweeping and polishing, to make sure the plants were positioned correctly, etc.
As you can see the plants look amazing and really added to the wow factor of the lobby and reception! "
Cheryl Mitchell, Royal Derby Hospital - Private Patient Clinic
"Porterbrook relocated to new premises in 2010, and based on the relationship we have built over the last 8 years with Urban Planters were confident that they could continue to fulfil our new requirements.
Porterbrook and Urban Planters therefore together designed and developed a new, fresh and modern planting scheme to complement the new building.
Porterbrook believes in the importance of a robust planting scheme in the office, not only for the aesthetics element but also for the numerous proven health benefits plants provide to the working environment.
In 2014 Porterbrook undertook a “re-fresh” of the planting scheme and with some small changes has given the office another new look.
We have always found the knowledge and care of the plants by the staff of Urban Planters to be exceptional and continue to be very happy with the service and aftercare we receive."
Karen Hayward, Porterbrook
"Just wanted to drop you a line to say how delighted we are with the plants that you have supplied for our new office here at Handelsbanken in Chesterfield. They have finished the office off really well.
We are really appreciative for the advice you gave us when you first came to speak to us, in terms of type and size of plants. When we weren’t completely happy with the size of the boardroom plants, you offered to change them to our revised requirements without any trouble or undue delay.
As you’re aware, we contacted you as a result of seeing plants that you had provided to a local accountancy firm. We are also aware that you have worked with other branches of Handelsbanken further afield.
The team here will have no hesitation in recommending you to anyone who is looking for a similar display of plants in their office, and indeed have already provided your details to someone who expressed an interest in speaking to you."
Phil Walker - Branch Manager, Handeslbanken - Chesterfield
An Urban Planters franchise owned and operated under licence by The Palfreymans Ltd trading as Urban Planters Derbyshire. Registered Office: Old Hall Cottage, Nottingham Road, Tansley, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 5GA. Company Registered in England No. 04608103
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