The Campaign to Protect Rural England
"Everyone needs somewhere to escape to recharge their batteries and arguably it's even more important in the city because people do get stressed by the busyness" "Our reasearch shows that people need to see natural features-woods, rivers, trees and wildlife"
“Open Space” design can mean many things.
Open Space design using a thorough knowledge of plants in a variety of settings. These could include sensory gardens, wildlife gardens, woodland gardens, display borders or natural planting areas. Knowledge of soil science ensures a proper assessment of the soil conditions. This will be followed by the correct preparations before planting. Maintenance advice for the plants is also available. Other forms of land use, including seating and shelter can be included. These will conform to recognised safety standards.
Planning such spaces will be accompanied by rigourous”Risk Assessment”. The team includes hard and soft landscapers who can install any of the features outlined above.
Either local specialist or Palmstead Nurseries can supply plants.
Anne Smith reserves the right to inspect the finished project before handing it over the client.
Good design does not have to be costly!
Price on consultation only.