Case Study

Gardens & Landscaping – Partial Garden Landscaping Makeover

Partial garden landscape makeover in grounds of a large family house, Cobham, Surrey

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Project Photo Gallery:
Regency style house with hydrangeas planted in-front to complement and soften the visual approach

Hydrangeas were chosen to perfectly complement the front the house

High-end patio cover shelter fitted by Boardman Gelly

Our client selected this stunning patio cover

View from patio shelter looking towards Julian Christian Summer house at garden rear

View from patio cover towards Julian Christian summer house

Julian Christian Summer House seated on bonded gravel base

We fitted the resin bonded base for the Julian Christian open summer house

Arbour with outdoor seating on bonded gravel base

Arbour style sun patio with all-weather chairs on bonded gravel base

Lawn and soft landscaping

View of rear lawn from patio


We received specific instructions for a partial garden make-over: to install a patio for a high-end patio shelter; install circular bases for a summer house and separate seating area; remove a large hedge line and lay new lawn over part of the garden. The project also included new planting to the front and rear of the property with elements of general garden maintenance too.


We laid a full length patio at the rear of the house to accommodate the Biossun metal patio cover (see gallery above). Biossun produce high-end patio covers featuring LED lighting and automation options that our client really liked. We also added a resin-bound gravel sun terrace and base for the Julian Christian wooden garden building.

At one end of the garden we added a new swing set. A garden irrigation system was installed and we removed a large hedge from the middle of the garden. We then laid a new lawn where the hedge had been.

New planting at the front of the house and in the rear garden created a striking finishing touch to the partial garden makeover.

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