Juniper Landscapes
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Design process and costs

We at Juniper Landscapes believe in developing a strong working relationship with each client and think it important that every stage of the design is discussed in detail with you.

After discussing your ideas and requirements, our first step is to analyse the garden and consider the existing property and landscape. By using complementary materials and ground shapes, the new garden will sit comfortably with the house and its surroundings. The design of a new garden is not something that can be rushed. It must be approached methodically and there is much detailed information to be analysed. Not only will we bring creative flair and an innovative solution, but the finished garden will add significant value to the property.

First Steps

After your initial contact we will make an appointment, at a convenient time for you, for us to visit your property and introduce ourselves. During this visit we will discuss any ideas you have as well as ask questions to help us determine your tastes and any particular preferences or dislikes regarding garden style and materials etc. By the way, please do not be concerned if you don’t have any ideas, this is quite a common situation and it is our job to create the garden of your dreams.

It is important that you have a budget in mind as this affects, among other things, the choice of materials and type and number of features possible. For example basic concrete slabs cost between £15 - £20 per m2 to buy whereas natural stone slabs can cost anywhere between £50 - £100 per m2. Therefore, letting us know your budget parameters will determined the style and finish of your garden.

Terms & Conditions

The client shall provide water and electricity at no charge to Juniper Landscapes.

The client shall provide access to site during Juniper Landscapes’ normal working hours and storage space for materials during the contract progress.

Juniper Landscapes is not able to accept responsibility for any damage to (or cost involved with) any underground hazards, obstructions or services not made known to us in writing or apparent on visual inspection.

We accept no responsibility for works that have been carried out on land that is not under the ownership of the client and it is assumed that all planning laws or regulation have been applied before commencement of any works

We are not able to accept responsibility for the well being and maintenance of living plant material, including turf, following practical substantial completion unless a maintenance contract is in existence.

After practical substantial completion, we are not able to accept responsibility for any damage through the elements, including drought, winds, rain and frost to any material(s) including plants.

Upon practical substantial completion the responsibility for the care and watering of all plants, lawns, etc., is handed over to the client and will require regular attention until established.

Severe weather conditions, including drought, may cause the delay of the start date of the contract

Newly built up land/soil will compress over time. Juniper Landscapes is not able to accept responsibility for compression.

Maintenance is not included in the contract unless specified

Any boundary/access issues with neighbour’s property must be resolved before work commences. Any extra time accrued due to delay will be charged at our hourly rate.

All materials on site remain the property of Juniper Landscapes until payment is received in full.

Dry Stone Wall, Fencing, Planting

A selection of the landscaping design and construction services we offer ...

Block paving
Walls - Dry stone / Concrete / Rendered / Brick

Timber decking
Ponds / Water features / Irrigation
Tree felling / Stump removal
All types of planting: big and small, from raised beds to orchards