Since the start of 2020, Willoughby Green has worked with a variety of outdoor commissions for a wide-range of clients. The family-run company, managed by Partner and Business Manager Harry Crush, has over 25 years of experience in bespoke landscaping, design and carpentry projects. The Greyhound is just one of many projects the company has undertaken over the recent months.
Phase one of the works commenced in July 2020, with the construction of a beautiful timber pergola for the old pub garden. Phase two of renovations began in September, and saw Willoughby Green embark on creating five bespoke heated dining pods along the back end of the old car park. In addition to this, new paving was laid underneath the pergola. Everything has been custom built, including the dining tables designed by the English Workshop Company.
Willoughby Green has seen a rise in demand not only for commercial renovations, but to also accommodate a number of requests from people looking to transform their outdoor garden areas into offices, gyms and outdoor-living spaces. Bespoke, commissioned projects include designing and building garden offices and outside studios across East Anglia as well as landscaping for residential and commercial clients across the South East of England.
Harry Crush of Willoughby Green comments: “In these demanding times, we have been able to draw on over 25 years of design and landscaping construction experience, which has allowed us to provide our clients with the complete landscaping package, tailored to fit their requirements.”
Mr Crush adds: “This comprehensive approach from the initial concept design through to completion of the construction phase means that we are always on hand to ensure our clients needs are met. We already have several projects lined up for 2021 and are excited to see what it holds for us.”
Willoughby Green is shortly due to start work on transforming an outdoor commercial space for the Magnus Group, building an overhanging decking area by their 50ft pond for employees to enjoy.
The Photographer is John Searle and the copyright owner is Willoughby Green