Here’s how we work with you for our design services:

landscape design consultation

step 1: onsite consultation

Upon your request we’ll organise a convenient time with you for an onsite consultation in your home or on site. This is where we get to know each other and we can get a greater understanding for what you want to achieve from a design from us. This will formulate the Design Brief which is what we will design to. We’ll take photos of your site and may take various measurements and dimensions or advise you if a survey is required. Please allow up to 2 hours for a relaxed and informative discussion.

step 2: design proposal

We’ll issue you your Design Proposal which will detail the next steps and include the Design Brief, a quote for your Concept Design and any other services you requested from us, along with a Schedule of Works detailing the services we’ll be providing you and our Terms and Conditions.

step 3: plans

Upon receipt of your signed acceptance and Commencement Deposit we’ll schedule the start of your Draft Concept. Once completed we’ll organise a time to present to you online. This is our opportunity to review and make any changes within the agreed Design Brief. Once any changes have been made, we’ll then finalise your Concept Plan.

At this stage of your design you may need supporting documentation such as detail and construction drawings which we can also provide at your request at that time.


step 1: online request

Complete our straightforward eDesign application and upload images of your space if you have them to hand at the time.

step 2: clarification and quote

We’ll contact you to discuss what you want to achieve in more detail and advise what we require from you to be able to provide an accurate plan, along with a quote for your eDesign.

step 3: confirmation to proceed

We’ll produce your eDesign and email a soft copy to you in PDF format.

onsite design advice

step 1: onsite consultation

Upon your request we’ll organise a convenient time with you for a consultation in your home where we will discuss what you are looking to achieve, assess the site and provide specialist advice on how to best use your space, the plants to use and also a hand drawn ‘mud map’ of the site showing the proposed layout.