Particularly on larger projects, Concept Plans need to be converted to detail drawings that allow for accurate pricing and construction. These could include amongst others Setting Out Drawings, Construction Drawings – for structures or water features perhaps – Planning Application Drawings etc. We can advise what is required and never produce drawings for drawings’ sake.
If you are contemplating lighting your garden, we can provide a Lighting Plan – usually done early on in the design process so all future electrical loadings can be factored in
The last stage of the process is the Planting Design. This will be done to create a beautiful, long-flowering scheme to your chosen colour-palettes. We specialise in creating borders that look fantastic without requiring constant titivation to keep them that way, but we love a chance to explore horticultural curiosities as well. If you simply Read more »
We like to meet all garden design clients face-to-face on site. We can look at the space together and agree a design brief, but most importantly you will be able to get a feel for us and how we work. We will also ask about your budget so right from the start, your design journey is practical Read more »
In almost all circumstances a full topographical survey is invaluable as a start point. This gives an accurate base and starting point – the outlay is easily off-set by eradicating errors and assumptions. We can point you in the direction of surveyors and advise of typical costs if you don’t already have a recent site Read more »
This is the overview or ‘macro’ vision, based on your brief. Plans will be to scale and we might include CAD drawings, hand-drawn plans, mood boards and perspectives to give a thorough visual understanding of how the finished garden will look. The garden design plan will show shapes of the paving, features, planting beds, trees Read more »