The Concept Plan is the first stage in the full garden design process. It sets out the design in an artistic and impressionistic manner. It includes 3-D perspective drawings of the new garden, is colourful and will allow you the chance to visualise your new space.
The Concept Plan doesn’t yet itemise all the plants in detail. Once approved, a Planting Plan can be drawn up to detail the precise plant specifications.
The Concept Plan also doesn’t fully identify all built elements of the design. It allows you the opportunity to make small changes to the design as it moves into the next stage, the Master Plan stage. Here you will receive precise construction drawings of the hard landscaping, the built elements of your new garden. These will be accompanied by full specification and contractual documents to enable a landscaper to build the garden.
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