Vote for your favourite project of the year


Vote for your project of the year for your chance to win a luxury Christmas hamper!

Competition ends on 17th December.

We believe we have helped create some stunning gardens this year, and we are asking our customers to judge their favourite. We would love to know which of the bespoke garden designs shortlisted below, you think deserves the title of ‘Project of the Year’!

Vote for your favourite project and be entered into our competition for your chance to win a Christmas hamper!

Project 1
James’ Place

We absolutely loved being involved in this project featuring a bespoke gazebo and contemporary slatted fencing. Not only was the garden completely revamped, but it was for a great cause as well! James’ Place is a non-clinical centre for men experiencing suicidal crisis, the first of its kind in the UK.

Project 2
Notting Hill

Simple but stunning. Even the simplest of designs can make a huge impact on the overall look of a garden, as you can see from these horizontal slatted panels, the red hues of the Western Red Cedar timber adds a stunning contemporary style. These slatted panels provide privacy to an overlooked garden in Notting Hill, London.

Project 3
Welwyn Garden City

These beautiful and unique two tone Mughal inspired trellis panels, painted in Autumn Tide and Orford Cream demonstrate how clever design can completely transform a garden from the mundane to a Persian paradise. The Iroko decking on the balcony beautifully compliments the scheme making this project in Welwyn Garden City truly distinctive.

Project 4

These seasoned oak benches were created for Cranleigh Parish Council’s Centenary Garden, a project supported by the British Legion to commemorate 100 years since the end of the First World War. The beautiful curved design flawlessly compliments the rest of the garden design which was created by volunteers to look like an urban meadow and is a truly fitting tribute to the fallen.

Project 5

Another simple yet distinctive design. These Western Red Cedar contemporary slatted panels have been cleverly positioned to the rooftop gardens of a new housing development in Greenwich, separating each apartments terrace whilst the sloping design gives a softer, less angular finish and permits the owners a view without encroaching on the neighbouring property.

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