The nature of our landscapes and gardens is changing - from a more traditional and controlled ethos to a more naturalistic, environmentally-friendly approach, with opportunities to use best practice horticulture to make biodiversity gains, and create a closer connection with nature for everyone interacting with them. However, this new approach requires a new way of designing, managing, maintaining and developing landscapes. And this is where I can help...
About Tom - As well as having spent many years as a contractor and designer, Tom is a Chartered Horticulturist, Award-Winning Garden Designer and holder of the Royal Horticultural Society’s most prestigious qualification, the Master of Horticulture (RHS) award. Tom is a fully-accredited member of the Professional Garden Consultants’ Association, an affiliate member of the Landscape Institute and a Certificated Surveyor of Japanese Knotweed. Tom is also branch secretary, commercial representative and former branch chairman of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture. Tom is based in Glasgow and provides consultancy services across the UK.
For commercial clients - landscape management and maintenance consultancy offering everything from individual site reviews through to comprehensive assessment of nationwide property portfolios. The focus of the reports is the living elements of the areas being inspected – how they can be maintained, recovered, repaired or re-designed, depending on the exact requirements of the client. Typical documents delivered are soft landscape reports, grounds maintenance schedules, invasive weed surveys and planting plans.
For residential customers - consultancy on the management and maintenance of gardens of any size, from suburban gardens to grounds within private estates or communal spaces. Consultations can be one-off visits to tackle specific issues or provide garden management plans, or long term relationships involving regular visits.
To contact Tom for an informal chat, call 07547 525601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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