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Not all of our clients are private individuals, some are property developers, like the owners of this proprty for whom we have built several gardens over the last few years.

This garden is tucked way in a very quiet street in the Brompton Quarter of Knightsbridge, London. The property was purchased by a high-end developer in 2010 and had undergone a complete refurbishment over the past 12 months before we were called in to address the garden and balconies.

We have worked with this particular developer on several projects in the past and have a very good understanding of the style and quality required to successfully link the outside with the newly designed interior.

York stone frames a small lawn, bordered by evergreen planting and brick walls. A cedar screen houses a simple water feature
A small, simple, smart town garden for a rental property in central London, with a neat lawn, evergreen planting and a cedar fence hiding a A/C unit
A generous set of garden steps leading up to a neat lawn and tidy evergreen planting, within a walled space.
A garden used as a dumping ground by builders, before renovation works began


Used as a builders dumping area during the house renovation, the garden was covered with bags of rubble and crusty cement, all of which had to be removed before nice, new topsoil and hardcore were imported.

Plants laid out in a garden, waiting to be planted in the ground


The rear of the garden housed a large air conditioning unit that required screening, whilst also being accessible for maintenance. The solution was to hide the rear section of the garden with a cedar screen that contained a jib-door.