Archives: Service

  • 26th September 2018
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Site Surveys

Site Surveys   An essential part of the design process.  A proper site survey allows for the development of accurate design plans and reduces unnecessary and unplanned expense during the building phase. This will include plotting boundaries, changes of level, any buildings, services, trees or existing features you wish to retain. For smaller projects, I usually offer to survey the garden/area myself,…

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  • 26th September 2018
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Garden Design Workshops

Garden Design Workshops A helping hand. Maybe you already have thoughts and ideas on a particular design for your garden and you just need some practical help or inspiration to get started? Or perhaps your budget may not allow for a complete design package? Then this may be the solution for you. I can either offer an informal half day…

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  • 26th September 2018
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Project Monitoring.

Project Monitoring. Reducing the risk during construction. This process protects the client’s interests from any potential risks associated with the development. Project monitoring offers a piece of mind to the client if they themselves can not be the eyes and ears of the project i.e if they work full-time, if they are on holiday or if the client simply wishes to have…

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  • 26th September 2018
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Construction Support

Construction Support Ensuring everything goes smoothly. Throughout the construction process, the following is provided to guarantee the project is running to program and budget.   Scope of works and specification A uniquely prepared document to assist the construction of the garden. Materials to be used are specified and methods of construction described. This document is used for the competitive tendering. A…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 7 – Aftercare & Garden Maintenance

All gardens require on-going attention and care to keep them looking their best. To assist you with the upkeep of your garden, I can offer regular site visits as well as after-care profile folder of each plant and piece of equipment as well as develop tailor-made maintenance schedule to suit your individual requirements Additional to this I have contact with…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 6 – Sourcing

I offer an additional sourcing service where I have contact with a range of nurseries and companies that specialise in a range of materials and products to fulfill all that you might require in completing your planting plan and adding the finishing touches to your garden. Feature items and furniture are also items we regularly source to complete your gardens…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 5 – Build

I have a select group of landscape contractors, water feature and lighting design specialists with whom I have worked with so that I can offer you a range of contractors to suit your needs and for a hassle-free process from initial concept to project completion if this is what you require. Once you have chosen your contractor and the build…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 4 – Build Preparation

Construction details – once you’ve approved the Outline Plan I will prepare all the Construction details. These are the working drawings that explain how the garden will be constructed. These essential drawings are critical to controlling the finished appearance of the garden and the cost. Planting plan – working drawings that plot the plant selections and the placement of each plant. A working map…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 3 – Design Presentation

For some clients who either have a particularly large garden/open-space or wish to develop their garden in stages or are otherwise simply wanting a more basic & less detailed design, I can offer a concept design. Otherwise, I will offer a more detailed design. I work collaboratively with my clients, listening to their needs, to ensure that the garden design…

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  • 25th September 2018
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Step 2 – Survey

Site Survey- an essential part of the garden design process. A proper site survey allows for the development of accurate design plans and reduces unnecessary and unplanned expense during the building phase. I can arrange for an independent survey of your garden or can use your own survey if it is up to date and well detailed.

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