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‘How to…’ Series #2: Start a Veg Patch

Posted on: 20 Jul 2015

You can view a concise PDF version of this blog post by clicking here. From there you can save as well as print the version for your own leisure. Happy reading!   Here’s the second in Oakleigh Manor’s latest series of blogs posts; the ‘How to…’ series, where we bring you top quality guides for you […]

‘How to…’ Series #1: Water Correctly

Posted on: 07 Jul 2015

You can view a concise PDF version of this blog post by clicking here. From there you can save as well as print the version for your own leisure. Happy reading! We promised you a few weeks ago, after the end of our immensely popular Garden Pests Series, that we would bring you a new series […]

OMHS Project Update: Garden Maintenance near Ashford, Kent

Posted on: 06 Jul 2015

It’s been a while since we brought you a project update from Oakleigh Manor Horticultural Services, so here you go! They’ll be another from the works we are carrying out for the Environment Agency next week, but for now, let’s have a look in Brabourne near Ashford in Kent, where one of the OMHS in-house […]

Project Update 2: Gazebo Construction in Ebbsfleet, Kent

Posted on: 27 Jun 2015

We only brought you the first project update blog post for the hexagonal gazebo in Ebbsfleet earlier this week. However, since then our in-house teams of craftsmen and joiners have come on leaps and bounds in the construction process. This progression is easily seen on the eye, and we are all very proud of their […]

Project Update: Gazebo Construction in Ebbsfleet, Kent

Posted on: 23 Jun 2015

Recently, we have started a project at a site in Ebbsfleet in Kent, where we are constructing and erecting an open-sided gazebo as a shade-providing structure. Our client for this project is Land Securities, the large commercial property company based in the UK. This is a prospect we are very excited about and as such, […]

London: a National Park?

Posted on: 16 Jun 2015

It may sound strange, farfetched or even downright ridiculous, but the reasons why form both a potent and cogent argument… When one thinks of London, familiar territory may be the building-heavy skylines of Canary Wharf. But the capital isn’t as heavily built-up as you may think. In fact, as reported in an article by The Independent, […]

Project Update: Landscaping in Southwark, London

Posted on: 10 Jun 2015

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 […]

Five Gardening Tips for Summer

Posted on: 09 Jun 2015

For us here in the Northern Hemisphere, the Summer doesn’t officially start until the Summer Solstice, on June 21st. However, I think we have all noticed that it is getting warmer! With that in mind, we here at Oakleigh Manor like to gift you with a blog post or two that will help benefit you […]

Our Joinery Systems

Posted on: 01 Jun 2015

With all the talk of our automated and electric gates recently, it can be easy to overlook the fact the Oakleigh Manor Garden Joinery craft a lot more of our bespoke offerings. These include our wonderful oak framed garden rooms, for which we have been receiving a large number of enquiries recently. However, the craftsmen […]

SuDs: ‘New Planning Guidance’

Posted on: 29 May 2015

You may recall a blog post we brought you back in March, regarding developments in sustainable drainage systems (SuDs) regulations. If not, click here to give it a read. In a nutshell, though, the developments were in Parliament, referring to the ‘foolhardy’ exemptions to SuDs regulations and plans to scrap them. These exemptions in question […]