Beautiful horticultural-centred garden design, teamed with traditional in-house craftsmanship and service you can trust.
If you’re looking for a Newbury and Reading-based garden design company with a truly collaborative philosophy, you’re in the right… Read more.
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Areas we cover
The main ALDA office is located in Newbury, Berkshire. Of course, a lot of our clients are situated in the many surrounding villages – Woolton Hill, Wash Common, Burghclere and Highclere, Hermitage, Beenham and Bucklebury… to name just a few! Many of our projects are in Reading and the surrounding areas, such as Caversham, Emmer Green, Finchampstead, Thatcham, Pangbourne, Binfield, Twyford and Ruscombe. Feel free to contact us to check whether we travel to your area.
Some of our garden transformations
A Large Traditional Courtyard
This was part of a 2 acre garden surrounding a very large 16th Century brick cottage. A winding drive leads from the main entrance gates, through a large expanse of lawn, to a parking area to the side of (and at a lower level than) the house and project area. The project entailed converting a large undulating area of lawn to the front of the house, and the surrounding shrubberies on varying levels, into a traditional and fairly formal courtyard garden, with lots of interconnecting paths and pockets of interest.
Ultra Contemporary Family Garden
Simplicity works, but it isn’t always easy to achieve – in this ultra-contemporary family garden, every little detail was important, from the the lines of symmetry in the structure, to the location of the parasol, and the routing of the gas pipe for fire pit! Get everything right and the result is stunning.
ALDA Landscapes provided a friendly, helpful service throughout the consultation, design and construction process. Good communication, innovative design, highly skilled construction with meticulous attention to detail from start to finish. We are extremely pleased with the result.Andy Stephenson via Google
Just wanted to send a quick note to say thank you all again for the incredible work…. We feel more lucky than ever to have such a beautiful space during this time. I was out watering yesterday and someone stopped to compliment the brick wall out front and ask who did it. It happens regularly and we are always excited to tell them who we worked with.Aimee and Steve
Why ALDA Landscapes?
Choosing a garden design company can be rather an overwhelming process. To help you get started, here are a few of the things that make ALDA Landscapes tick:
- Our in-house team – both garden design and construction are handled in-house. You deal with the same people throughout your garden design project, and there’s a smooth transition between the design and construction process. Our construction team are often involved in the design stage to ensure feasibility.
- Our skills – with experience of designing for a wide range of styles and contexts, we also have a horticultural focus, with planting being central to most of our work. Our construction team are highly skilled, with traditional landscaping craftsmanship. We don’t cut corners.
- Our approach: We take a practical, customer-focused, hand-holding approach – often discussing ideas and solutions in detail to ensure we get the right result. Our quotations are upfront and detailed – so no nasty surprises half-way through. We always strive to be courteous and polite on-site.
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