Process

We offer a consultation service but the majority of our work is full design and build remit, collaborating with contractors and specialists to deliver on time and within budget.

  1. FIRST MEETING: This initial consultation is an opportunity to go through your brief and share ideas. After this meeting we'll write to you to confirm the design brief and a quotation.

  2. CONCEPT PLAN: Once the site survey has been carried out, we will produce a Concept Plan which will show you what the new garden will look like, including hard landscape materials, features and  illustrations (Mood board). 

  3. MASTER PLAN: Once you are happy with the Concept Plan, we move on to put together master drawings, specifications, structural drawings, lighting and planting plans from which the project can be accurately costed and built. If Planning Applications and Tender documents are necessary these are carried out.

  4. BUILD: We would monitor the build on the client's behalf from beginning to end, until all parties are completely satisfied. We manage the planting ourselves.

  5. AFTERCARE: Gardens should be designed to continually evolve and improve with age. An aftercare agreement might be a twice-yearly visit to review the garden.

  6. MAINTENANCE: If you would like a maintenance service we can recommend various landscape maintenance contractors and advise them on your behalf. We suggest that a certain budget be allocated each year for the replacement of plants, buying new bulbs, etc.

  7. COSTS: We follow the Society of Garden Designers  fees guidelines. 


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