Over the next few weeks we will be reporting back on the progress of our latest landscaping project that is not only interesting and exciting but also proving to be a nice challenge!
The garden, located in Rathfarnham, Dublin 14, and soon to be comprehensively re-modeled, is a large sub-urban garden. As can be seen in the photographs, the garden contains many overgrown and jaded trees and shrubs, several large and old tree stumps, out of control Ivy…the list goes on! The garden also has significant variance in levels (>1.0m) from house exit to ground level.
One of the main disadvantages of the garden and something that is probably not visible from the photographs is that there is no direct access to the garden area except through the house! The owners have just recently completed a substantive renovation and building program to the property. The lack of side access severely limits the use of any of the normal mechanical methods / equipment for developing the site.
Over the coming weeks will be detailing the scope of materials involved in the process from the commencement of initial site works, clearance, right through the various stages of construction and competition.