Design: Residential

Initial Consultation in Office

Whether you’re in the process of planning a new home or have an existing garden that needs a makeover, we offer a free initial meeting in our office to discuss the scope of your project and levels of service we can offer you.

At the time of our initial meeting a site visit can then be arranged. (Alternatively the initial consultation can be conducted on site, however, an initial on-site consultation fee will apply – see below).

Initial Consultation on Site

During the initial site visit we will conduct a site inspection to ascertain the prevailing site conditions and built form. We will discuss the extent of services required as well as your brief, budget, desired lifestyle outcomes and any specific styles and requirements that may influence your landscape design.

After this initial meeting, a detailed design brief confirmation and Fee Proposal for a Landscape Design Masterplan will be provided via email for your review and approval.

Initial On-site Consultation Fee: $180 + GST (in the metro area)

Landscape Design Masterplan

Upon acceptance of our Fee Proposal we will commence work on your project. Once  completed the initial Landscape Design Masterplan will be presented to you in our office for feed back and further design development if required. The plan will be a coloured A3 plan of your project and will include all Hardscaping and Softscaping elements.

Hardscaping includes paving, driveways, pools, water features, retaining walls, boundary fences, pool fences, garden lighting, and any structures such as pergolas and pavilions.

Softscaping includes lawns, planted areas and trees.

After this meeting, any further design development and/or design revisions will be made to perfectly capture your vision. The final design of the Landscape Design Masterplan will be emailed to you for your final approval.

At this stage of Our Process we will provide an “Opinion of Probable Cost” for the construction and implementation of the landscape works.

If required, plans will be submitted to the local government authority for planning approval.