Landscape plans are an important as they detail the layout of the site for both the hard elements, such as the drive, walls, terraces, paths and buildings as well as the planting. It is essential to commission accurate plans that are drawn to scale and approved before an estimate or quote can be properly costed. In order for both the client and the contractor to understand exactly what outcome is expected a set of landscape plans are essential.
From this point on the costs are known and any alterations can be tracked and duly costed. Therefore, it is wise to carefully study all the landscape plans and accompanying materials to ensure that you understand the landscape design schemes implications before work begins.
Landscape plans and conditions for planning permission - for those requiring planning permission for new developments, extensions and boundary alterations then the local authority will require copies of the landscape plan with planting plans in order to approve the whole scheme.
The consultancy uses computer aided design to produce accurate landscape plans. An exchange of material from planners and architects to the garden designer can be easily shared amongst all parties in the form of pdf file, a format that any computer user can read.
Landscape plans for private and commercial clients - covering the South of England - Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Hampshire, London, Kent, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Wiltshire, the UK and internationally.