Landscape design for front gardens can become more technical due to your specific area whereby you will need to adhere to certain rules according to your local governing body ie from your local council and/or estate.

K Studio’s has an abundance of experience in this area, we regularly liaise with these governing bodies and we can take the hard work away from you by submitting the required and exact information necessary to gain your planning permission.

Front gardens primarily need to be practical with kerb appeal. Depending on the size of your garden we can include a variety of different elements; bin or bike storages to conceal any unsightly objects, permeable driveway surfaces and parcel drop boxes or trellis work to give you, maybe, a little more privacy.

As we are aware parking spaces are at a premium and having that in mind, we always consider the very best solution.

Finally to complete the front garden with a low maintenance planting scheme that compliments to whole area. 

We strongly believe that the simplest and quickest way to gain planning permission is to design your garden around the rules and constraints that are before us!

Landscaping front gardens can become more difficult when you have to adhere to certain rules from your local governing body. At K Studio, our crews have plenty of experience with these regulations and we can create a plan that will work for your project. We will present this plan to the right people so you don't have to worry about doing it yourself.

When it comes to front gardens, the main concerns are functionality and aesthetics. Depending on your needs, we can incorporate a range of different elements in your space. Consider using storage to hide unsightly items, permeable surfaces for rainwater runoff, or access solutions that increase efficiency. If you're looking to add some privacy and value to your property, we can discuss our wide variety of trellis options that can be custom-designed for your home's architecture. When adding greenery to your front garden, consider choosing species that require little maintenance or those whose seasonal vibrancy will last all year around.

Front gardens must be beautiful and practical, which is why they often incorporate features like bike or trash storage to conceal unsightly objects, permeable pavement for spills from the driveway, parcel boxes that make deliveries easier on everyone in the neighborhood, and trellises for privacy. At the same time, however we must always take into account how a feature might affect existing parking spaces. With this in mind, our designers always seek out optimal design solutions to help you turn your front area into one that you're proud to show off. Front yards are generally small areas of your property that have little space for lawns but can have a great effect on the appearance of your home.

ront gardens need to achieve two goals: they have to be functional and appealing. In small-space urban areas, it's common for plants to hug the ground, requiring little water and a lot of sunlight. However, in large front yards, multiple trees are an efficient use of space while also functioning as structural support. Front gardens need to achieve two goals: they have to be functional and appealing. In small-space urban areas, it's