New Build Back Garden

“We were very impressed with the service the team provided. Terrey was very easy to work with and came up with an innovative design which took into account all our basic needs which were discussed at our first meeting. The construction team, led by her husband Conrad, were very punctual, professional and friendly; any little problems arising were quickly resolved. … Read More

Urban Oasis

A small city back garden on two levels required remodelling to accommodate a new rear extension. Although the footprint of the extension wasn’t large, the impact on the garden was significant.  The existing garden had served the family well, but the now children had grown up the garden needed to serve a different purpose. The design solution moves the focus … Read More

Sloping Town Garden

New build properties often have little imagination applied to the garden areas, with this steeply sloping garden the only useable area was set high up at the top of the garden, which was out of view. Lawn areas were laid on steep gradients making the garden difficult to use and hard to maintain. Our solution carved out a larger area … Read More

Small Town Garden

The garden of this Bristol terraced house like many town gardens has no independent access, so everything needs to come through the house. When space is limited, carefully thought and planning are needed to fully realise the potential of a small garden. Two other key considerations were maintenance and cost and with this project both needed to be kept as … Read More

Contemporary Townhouse Garden

The small gardens of a contemporary terrace of townhouses, had been planned with low boundaries to keep an open feel and maintain the view of the woodland beyond. However privacy was an issue and this was compounded by the first floor balconies leading that overlooked the adjacent gardens. The solution was to create vertical privacy using simple linear pergola structures … Read More

Garden with a view beyond

The back garden of this property is set down a level from the ground floor and also benefits from a view of fields and trees beyond by virtue of an open post and rail fence. The existing softwood deck was treacherous and decaying and the surrounding balustrade disconnected the deck from the garden and obscured the view. Although a small … Read More