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Allerton Landscaping Services

Established in 1985

Portfolio of some Completed Projects

As Allerton Landscaping Services has been designing and landscaping in Liverpool for 33 years we have a very comprehensive portfolio, On this page we have a few samples of projects that we have completed.  From full landscaping to patios, part garden landscapes and also a couple of our driveways.  All projects have before and after photos and most will have 3D models.  The samples will be added to as we update the web page. This is a slow process as we have over 2000 projects to sample, it will eventually lead to a very comprehensive guide to the history of Allerton Landcscaping Services, spanning  the full 33 years of business and will show the quality and diversity of our work

Please scroll down below to see some of the projects we have completed.

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Port 1

We completed this project in 2011.  Before designing the garden we were asked for a low maintenance garden with a mature planting feel, raised beds were used to help ease the maintenance.  We created busy beds to give an illusion of maturity with a reduced cost, as the more mature the shrub the more exspensive it can be.  Various timber features where used to help create an intimate feel and to screen the shed/utility area, Since completing the project we have designed a small front garden area to the property and installed it in 2012.

Designed: Dave Ardren

Port 2

This is a beautiful property at the top of Beaconsfield which I had always wanted to work on and one day I was contacted and asked to design the garden area. I was asked to incorporate the existing granite path into the design, I explained to the customer that I would come up with a design that would require lifting the path as I felt it was in the wrong place, if they didn’t think my design justifield lifting the path I would then design something with the path in place.  Once they saw the model for the newly designed garden without the path they fully understood the need to lift the path, which we did and then utilized the materials in the new design.  Since completing the project we have been back to redesign and build the area in front of the house and to complete a couple of other jobs for the customer.

Designed: Dave Ardren

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Port 3

This customer asked for something a bit different, possibly something with a bit of a modern feel to it. I proposed doing two designs so we could compare them. I felt this way we could pin down what the customer was looking for more accurately. I produced one design which was a more traditional design with soft curved lines and the other one which was finally accepted was designed at 45 degree angles to give a slightly more modern feel. We used decking and sleeper sized timbers to soften the garden and help with the maintenance.  In keeping with the modern feel we incorporated a 1 m2 mirror and a mirror ball water feature adjacent to one of the seating areas. Since completing the project we have designed and fitted a driveway to the front of the property.

Designed: Dave Ardren

Port 4

We replaced a existing tarmac drive with a tumbled block.  Softened the shape leading to the front door and dealt with the very tricky levels by the back gate.  The photographs don’t do this work justice but sadly that applies to all the portfolio photos.

Designed: Dave Ardren

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Port 5

This customer was moving house and just required a quick tidy up. I used slate over matting and introduced some planting features to take away any bland feel that could have been created.  We also subsequently did further work to the front of the property.

Designed: Dave Ardren

Port 6

We replaced a existing tarmac drive with a tumbled block.  Softened the shape leading to the front door and dealt with the very tricky levels by the back gate.  The photographs don’t do this work justice but sadly that applies to all the portfolio photos.

Designed: Dave Ardren

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Port 7

This customer was moving house and just required a quick tidy up. I used slate over matting and introduced some planting features to take away any bland feel that could have been created.  We also subsequently did further work to the front of the property.

Designed: Dave Ardren

Port 8

This back garden was completed in March 2009.  We were asked to design a dog friendly garden that still looked like a garden.  The idea of having a wall round the lawn area was so the dog could be trained to keep of the grass.  We’ll never know if this would have worked as they decided to get rid of the dog a coulpe of weeks after we’d finished the project!  More because the dog was to big for the house than anything to do with the garden.  But all ends happily, as when we returned to the house last year 2012 to install a front drive they had got themselves another dog that was enjoying having the run of our paved areas and was also staying off the grass due to our cunningly designed dog prevention measures.

Designed: Dave Ardren

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