There’s already a decided September chill in the air and sadly the summer months are just a fading memory. Your outdoor space does not now need to be limited by the seasons however, as there are now so many creative and innovative products and designs in the ever growing Fire Pit market to add a […]Read More
mud-slinging noun informal the use of insults and accusations, especially unjust ones, with the aim of damaging the reputation of an opponent. “politicians seem to rely on mud-slinging instead of argument” Thankfully, this week’s Blog isn’t about this definition (that’s just a catchy headline to get your attention!) it’s all about rolling around in mud […]Read More
Undoubtedly, an apprenticeship is a viable and beneficial option for school leavers to progress quickly into working life – but what are the benefits for employers? We recently welcomed Toby to the team here at Urban Landscapes as our new Apprentice and here’s our Blog together with a great piece from Phil Tremayne, (General Manager, Association […]Read More
Yes, we really are doing Tough Mudder this year … ! As many of you know Jaxon’s dad Gareth (Gaz) Langford used to work here at Urban Landscape Design Ltd. Sadly, the family lost Jaxon to neuroblastoma on August 12th 2017. Neuroblastoma is a form of cancer that develops from specialised nerve cells (neuroblasts) left […]Read More
We are proud to have joined the Landscaping Institute as an Affiliate Member. The Landscape Institute (LI) is the chartered body for the landscaping industry, an educational body that promotes the art and science of landscape practice. Founded in 1929 as the Institute of Landscape Architects, it was granted a Royal Charter in 1997. The Institute aims to promote landscape architecture, and […]Read More
Directly with the client, we constructed and installed a beach themed garden, suitable for Dementia patients
We have been working with this client for a number of years on various projects within this garden including outdoor kitchen, hot tub, Victorian kitchen garden and woodland area
A cool contemporary project on a new build property in Chester.
In this small courtyard development in Hoole, we created a cool split level space for the client who wanted a modern feel.