Landscape Shape and Form provides a Bobcat hire and earthmoving service not only to other landscapers and builders, but also to the general home owner.
Where all great gardens start. Residential design is about listening closely to your clients to understand exactly what they want from their outdoor space.
Commercial landscape design generally involves adhering to council planning permits for townhouse developments, multi unit developments, sub-divisions and industrial premises.
The landscape construction process is usually the lengthiest, but most exciting stage of the process. It is where you will see your new garden come to life.
Landscape Design and Construction Melbourne
Landscape Shape and Form is one of Melbourne’s leading landscape design and construction companies. This is due to the high quality service that our team delivers to our clients. Bringing your ideas and master plans to life is what we enjoy the most.
We specialise in all aspects of landscape design and construction including, residential and commercial landscape design, Bobcat works, paving, retaining walls, drainage, decking, concreting, water features, turfing, irrigation and garden lighting. This allows us to build you a garden that is not only beautiful, but also functional and sustainable. Our belief is that there is nothing that can’t be achieved in the garden, given the right preparation, designer knowledge and smooth implementation. Our dedicated team of landscapers, use modern and efficient techniques in order to create an outdoor space that you will absolutely love and enjoy for many years to come.
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Registered Landscaper Melbourne
Landscape Shape and Form is a registered building practitioner, licensed with the Victorian Building Authority. If you require a council permit to carry out your job, and the cost of the work is in excess of $5,000.00, then you will need us to obtain a council permit for you. Every council has different requirements, however as a general rule, if you’re constructing a retaining wall over 1 metre in height or a deck over 20 square metres, then you will require a permit. Our knowledge of council permits and licensing is second to none.
When you engage a registered landscaper you can be confident that they have knowledge and skill in the following areas:
- Business management
- Building legislation
- Landscaping technologies and methods
- Insurance requirements
- Australian standards
- Professional practice