Summit Landscapes really enjoyed working on this project in Saffron Walden. It was ultimately a walling and paving job but involved a huge deal of preparation. We had to remove nearly 50 tonnes of timber, soil, clay and stone from the site before we’d even started the reconstruction work.
The garden was rebuilt in stages: we began with the stone walling, then moved onto the paving section and finished with the turfing (and other cosmetic finishes).
The patios were laid using traditional English Yorkstone on a strong concrete mix and hand-pointed to finish.
Unfortunately, we only managed to photograph the project after the first stage had been finished. The soil and planting stage for the flowerbeds was scheduled for later in the year.