Work is in progress on a scheme to improve the entrance to a listed Georgian farmhouse in rural Ireland.
The old cattle grid and ill-fitting gates have been removed, the adjoining rubblestone walls re-aligned and a forecourt arrangement created to allow vehicles to pull off the road safely. Bespoke iron gates and railings with local stone piers now secure the entrance whilst retaining an open, welcoming appearance.
Once the new drive surface is laid, later this year, a largely evergreen planting scheme will be implemented to frame the gates and control views towards the main house.
Work progresses at Titsey Place
Work at Titsey Place is rapidly progressing; landscape contractors have been making the most of this fair weather and are busy completing earthworks and seeding ...
A water rill & woodland hosta garden.
Our landscape design for this private, Cheshire garden will expand the existing Hosta Glade, which Colvin and Moggridge created in 2004. This new phase of construction ...
Colvin & Moggridge work in partnership with ecologists at Buttersteep House, Surrey.
An exciting refurbishment of the interiors and gardens of Buttersteep House has been completed since the Autumn of last year. New elements include a rose garden, ...