Agricultural Land to Domestic Garden
6th November 2018
Location – Steventon, South Oxfordshire
Budget – £60,000+
Timescale – 12 weeks
Working closely with garden designer Sarah Naybour, we had the privilege of completing our biggest project to date in Steventon in the summer of 2017.
After planning permission had been granted to turn the agricultural land into a domestic garden, worked commenced. The specification of this garden was complex; it needed to complement the natural surroundings and be suitable for the family who live there and their four young children to play, entertain and explore.
The build comprised a patio area of London Stone Kota Brown Limestone at 65m2, 3000m2 of turf and 900m2 of wildflower meadow grass supplied by Harrowden Turf.
Complete with children’s play tunnels and a vast variety of plants, this garden was a delight to build. It wasn’t without it’s challenges; the land was unusually wet for July and made the ground a marsh land! However, with our team of skilled and knowledgable landscapers, the project was finished to our exacting high standards and we are extremely proud of the finished space.
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