How Do Our Packages Work
During your initial free consultation we will discuss which elements you are looking to include within your project, the types of materials you prefer and any ancillary products required such as garden buildings and lighting for example. From this information and together with your own input we can decide a likely budget required to meet your needs and therefore the best package for you. You can of course tell us your maximum budget and we can therefore make suggestions accordingly to hit that target.
A retired lady lives in a terraced town house with a medium sized, rectangular shaped garden. She has a budget of £8000 to spend and wants to make the most of her existing space. Her main requirements are a new patio area near to the house as well as a smaller seating area at the rear of the garden to catch the afternoon sun. She would like some space to grow her own vegetables, a lawn area for her grandchildren to play on and a soft, flowing feel to the layout with lots of curves. She is a keen gardener so she will do the planting herself although she may choose to add a planting plan to the design cost at the end of the process if she feels she would like professional help with it.
A family home requires a fairly extensive overhaul, the existing planting has become an overgrown jungle and there is an area at the back that is on quite a steep slope that needs terracing. They would like a crisp, modern and very contemporary design with clean lines and edges and as low maintenance as possible. The landscaping requirements include new retaining walls for the terracing, a large patio area for entertaining, screening from an overlooking house as well as a full planting and lighting plan.
A recently retired couple want to make a big investment into their current property now that they have time to enjoy it. Keen gardeners, they want to attract as many pollinators into their garden with the use of planting and wildflowers as well as a naturalised area including a large pond with a composite deck nearby to watch the wildlife. Their brief also includes a summerhouse with a patio around it, new fencing on both sides of the garden, raised beds for easy growing of vegetables, a secret garden area reached via a pergola walkway and an extensive lighting plan.