Hard landscape features are what gives the landscape form and structure. Whatever materials are used – be it brick, gravel, rock, concrete, timber, glass or metals – good quality products are fundamental to any installation.

We provide our clients with all the options, talking through the pros and cons of each product. We consider carefully how different materials enhance and complement the surrounding environment or local architecture. Longevity of materials and long-term maintenance is also critical to the success of hard landscaping schemes, all elements we build into our strategic planning.

We can also help with the visualisation of each material. This includes 3D walk-around videos and detailed garden design plans.

To receive a tender from us simply provide us with your specification and scale drawings. We can provide a full survey, together with drawings of suggested designs.

Our team of dedicated and skilled operatives have worked on many extensive sites, implementing a wide range of services.

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Whether you are looking for a complete re-design or a simple on-going landscaping service, we would be delighted to provide a quote.


Survey and Design

The first phase of any well considered landscaping project is the site survey. This is an essential first step in the craft of landscaping.

We generally work with the existing terrain to sculpt and accentuate the best possible design. We have experience of producing quality landscapes in all kinds of terrain and soils.

Computer aided design software allows us to model the existing structure of a space, the desired structure and our eventual design. Moreover, it assists us in identifying the common pitfalls that hamper many landscaping projects


Our suppliers and supply chain are a key component of our approach; it is very important to us that materials are ethically sourced, and that the supplier meets Noble Landscapes’ high standards.

We can design, implement and manage the following:

– New house builds
– Commercial and industrial environments
– Landscape estates 
– Roundabouts and verges 
– Council owned public spaces  
– Parks 
– Cemeteries 
– School grounds or playgrounds