Multi Unit Landscape Design
Multi unit landscape design involves producing landscape plans to the satisfaction of council for a development project. Often a planning permit issued by council will state the criteria that the landscape plan must meet. We make sure that your landscape plan is prepared in the correct manner to ensure a fast approval process.
Multi unit landscape design includes but is not limited to the following design aspects:
- Residential unit development
- Townhouse development
- Medium density development
- Aged care facilities
- Dual occupancy development
Why Use Us?
- We are Budget Conscious - With more than 20 years in the landscape industry we understand exactly what things cost. Our designs are simple and cost effective to build, without compromising the end result.
- Quick Turn Around - We can usually have your completed landscape design to you in a matter of days.
- Eye for Detail - We pay close attention to the smallest of details. This ensures the council approval process is as quick and smooth as possible.
- One Stop Shop - As we're a landscape design and construction company, we can also give you a quote to complete the construction works.
Councils have differing requirements, however a typical planning permits often requires the landscape plan to contain the following information:
- a. A survey (including botanical names) of all existing vegetation to be retained and/or removed.
- b. Location of all buildings and trees (including botanical names) on neighbouring properties within three metres of the boundary.
- c. Details of all surfaces finishes including pathways and driveways.
- d. A planting schedule of all proposed trees, shrubs, and ground covers including botanical names, common names, pot size, size at maturity and quantities of each plant.
- e. Landscaping and planting within all Private Open Space (POS).
- f. One small canopy tree (minimum two metres in height) to be planted within each POS.
- g. All species selected must be to the satisfaction of the Responsible Authority.
- h. No tree plantings to be undertaken within easement areas.
For more information regarding the design process or to discuss your design requirements, please get in touch today.