London and Essex Garden and Landscape Design Diary: Week 6 2015

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Garden Design Essex and London

News from The Shedquarters: See what has been happening in this week’s London and Essex Garden and Landscape Design Diary.

Work continues on the convent in Mare Street Hackney. The guys have been busy cutting out the oval shapes from the paving and breaking the very tough concrete beneath. It looks like the concrete was reinforced with granite dust so we have been forced to hire a heavy duty pneumatic road breaking drill to get the job done. Now that the concrete is almost broken up, we will be disposing of the waste and bringing the sand for the

We have now finished in Walthamstow. We returned on Monday to install the plants, which we had been waiting for as the supplier had to source some from overseas. The client was very happy with the transformation and cannot wait for the weather to improve so they can get out and enjoy their new space.

Katrina won our first garden design in Leigh on Sea since the move. The couple live on the sought-after Marine Estate and were looking for a modern design solution for their back garden. The garden is very overlooked and the clients are keen to ensure that is sufficiently well screened in the new design. They also want to create an area towards the back of the garden to catch the last of the afternoon sun. Katrina created a design concept with which they were delighted and they commissioned a design package straight away.

We continue to step up our marketing and have commissioned a design for a promotional postcard which we intend distribute in selected shops and establishments in Leigh and the surrounding areas.