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Project Update: Landscaping in Southwark, London

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London. The capital city of our country. A central hub for finance and culture for the world.

And it’s one great place to work!

Here at Oakleigh Manor, despite the fact we are based in Kent – our Landscape Design and Build service in Dargate; our Garden Joinery in Capel-le-Ferne – we conduct our bespoke works throughout the Home Counties, including Greater London.

Currently, we are conducting a small hard landscaping project in Southwark, a Borough in Central London. It home to the London School of Commerce, The Shard and it will soon be the home of another stunning project completion by Oakleigh Manor, which features some stunning Indian sandstone!


This image outlines the condition of the pathway we are rejuvenating. As you can see, it has been lacking a duty of consideration and care for some time! This isn’t to the fault of anyone, though; Mother Nature can affect anything and everything. However, this is all about to change…


Just a day later, one of our in-house teams have performed some of the necessary groundwork and started to lay some stunning Raj Green sandstone; a popular choice for a number of our hard landscaping clients. Originating from India, it is a very hardwearing stone, which accounts for why it is so popular on top of how it looks. We will bring you more pictures of this project as it progresses through another update blog very soon. However, if you would like the to see the progression quicker, you can always visit and follow us on our Instagram account.


In addition to this, we are also adding some bespoke, smart edgings to this paving. It may not look like much now, but the client is already excited about how it will look in its entirety come the end of the project. As are we!

Only a short blog post today, but we hope you enjoyed it regardless! You have a link for our Instagram account above, but don’t forget to find us on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest and to give us a Like or Share if you’d be so kind!

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This article was written by Lewis