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What was once a simple hobby has quickly tied into a genuine passion, and along with it Landmarkenvironmental was born. The goal was simple - we simply had to get with the times and create an online experience for not only our readers but also as a hobby for ourselves. Having trawled through many “for dummies” books throughout the late 90s, and spent many a late night awake learning the ins and outs of the programs and technicalities that we have to master, in late July 2015 we finally got our first page posted live on the Internet. Would you like to see it? You’re already reading it!

Sure it took us quite a while to get from learning mode to actually producing and uploading this, but hey you have to crawl before you run, right? I don’t think we will be winning any awards for best design, but these are only early doors so to speak. The next stage will be learning to perfect but we have already learned and apply it to the next stage. We don’t want to go into too much detail at this stage, but we have quite ambitious plans for Landmarkenvironmental. If we told you what they were there would be a chance that some copycat competitors would get in early, thus ruining a concept which is years in the making. We hope that you understand, and so until we are ready to save more we hope that you will be able to put up with the temporarily un-sightly design, look and feel of Landmarkenvironmental.

I like to think that value lies more in the content that is delivered by a website rather than the actual design anyway, so for this reason I’m quietly confident that you won’t be disappointed once you begin to find your way around and see what we have to offer. In fact you may be quite surprised at the sheer level of diversity and not to mention the money saving tips and tricks that we have sought out for you our readers.

Please let us know what you think so far and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.

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