Portfolio Additions and Developments

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Portfolio Additions and Developments

Lewis | July 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

From all of us here at Oakleigh Manor we would like to thank you all unreservedly for your support of our company. We really appreciate it; the landscape design and construction industry has been developing very well since the recession, which is fantastic news not just for us, but the economy as a whole. However, our industry has been and is still tainted by those described as “cowboys”, which unfairly gives honest and professional companies an unwanted reputation. We are relieved that you recognise that we uphold professionalism in everything we do and that we aren’t branded as above due to some who cut corners. So for that, we say thank you.

A way we want to show how grateful we are, and also to prove that the cowboys are elsewhere, we are developing the Portfolio page on our website. In recent time, we regret to admit that we haven’t been able to give it the attention it deserves. This has mainly been due to busyness, ironically! However, with staff development and communication between office and site teams means additions to our online portfolio, we are proud to announce the portfolio will be updated whenever possible!

Put simply, as soon as we finish a job, we will bring it to you, complete with specification details, developments unique to the project and other notable points. We hope that the portfolio will not only show our levels of excellence when it comes to all landscaping works; we also live in hope that it can develop inspiration for you and your external space. Not only this, whatever your vision may be, the proof is in the pudding; you’ve seen what we here at Oakleigh Manor can do for our clients, and we can do the same for you.

Look back at the last three additions to our portfolio; two of them have been automated gate installations – one near Faversham, Kent and one near Dover, Kent. However, the one that I am briefly going to discuss is the rear garden landscaping project in Canterbury. A very simplistic garden, with a reasonably-sized lawn for recreational activities, is surrounded by a simple planting scheme that complements the garden well, with a beautiful patio to boot. However, the pièce de résistance is definitely the stunning water feature! Take a look for it for yourself by clicking on the link above!

So keep in touch with these developments by visiting it regularly; you could always bookmark it in your browser! Alternatively, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive these updates as they come!