Construction underway in Cressington Park, Liverpool

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in News, Uncategorized

During the recent wet and blustery weeks of November, a local landscape contractor has braved the elements to start construction of one of our recent residential projects.

EAT Landscape secured planning permission in June for our client to to transform the front garden of their property in the prestigious Cressington Park, south Liverpool.  This leafy residential park is a designated Conservation Area therefore the landscape proposals had to be very sensitive to the setting of the property, a two storey, late Victorian villa and the wider historic streetscene.  The scheme included widening the vehicle access, installing sliding, electric gates and replacing the tarmac driveway with high quality setts.

The scope of work for EAT Landscape was to prepare and submit the landscape information to support the client’s planning application to Liverpool City Council.  This included Before and After layouts, elevation drawings of the frontage boundary treatment and a Design and Access Statement.

The project is being built by Brockstone Landscape Construction, an excellent Liverpool based landscape contractor and recent winners of the ‘Best Patio over 35m2’ in the 2013 Marshalls Regional Awards, for the second successive year.  Further examples of Brockstone’s work can be found on their Facebook Page.

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