Welcome to L&G Landscaping
Who we are
L&G Landscaping are a father and son company with a combined experience of 30 years. Logan and George can design and landscape front and rears of both commercial and home garden and groundwork sites landscaping gardens, using wood, natural stone or brick to
- lay patios
- child-safe areas
- build barbeque areas
- build stone walls or brick walls
- create paving areas and nature walkways
- block paving and drives
- raised flower beds
- water features
- rockery areas
- fencing and boundary walls
to transform the area into a beautiful area for you to enjoy.
We operate in and around the Basingstoke and Hampshire area including Reading, Newbury, Farnham and our dedication to detail, reliability and customer satisfaction is paramount to every job that we do.
What we do
Give L&G Landscaping a call and they will give you a high quality, highly professional garden design and landscaping service from start through to finish. Preparing the site, the groundwork, core and sub core layer quality, and using recommended depths for gardens, forecourts and driveways is paramount for a long lasting garden or drive which is durable and of good drainage. 100% quality is guaranteed and for extra peace of mind, we also guarantee all our undertakings for 5 years from the date of completion.
L&G Landscaping has received positive and complimentary feedback in the past and some of the comments can be viewed on our testimonials page so you can be assured that you will get excellent value for money and a job that you can be proud of for many years to come.
It is not always realised by clients, but in some cases planning permission is needed for a project in the garden area, for example, sometimes, a garage construction or a new driveway needs planning permission. To see if planning permission is needed for your plans, please see the helpful guide on the UK Government’s website by clicking the Planning Portal logo above, where the rules are clearly spelt out in a clear and well presented easy to use diagram. Just click what you want to do in the picture to reveal whether planning permission is needed.