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Tris Willliams Garden Design is committed to proactively managing our environmental and sustainable development impacts.  Responsible landscaping should recognise the value of ecosystems and their interrelationships with topography, hydrology, geology and climate.  


On all projects our aim is to enhance the ecological relationship between the landscape and the urban infrastructure. 

We collaborate only with contractors, sub contractors and suppliers with a proven track record for sustainability commitment.    

As the surge in demand for low or zero maintenance gardens increase, giving rise to the use of artificial products replacing natural, we have a moral obligation to continually review the impact such designs and installation have on our environment, wildlife and habitats. 

Like many other design practices, artificial grass is becoming increasingly integral to a large percentage of our projects and now amounts to a staggering £2b global market.  

The manufacturing, transport, installation and landfill requirement has a huge impact. That is not to say natural grass is totally ‘green’ of course with the necessary maintenance of mowing, blowing and strimming often undertaken with electric/petrol powered tools and the use of chemical fertilisers.  

We recognize and promote the benefits of the use of artificial grass  but in doing so we ensure that such installation, by way of design,  does not affect the wildlife corridor and that plenty of fauna is integral to the scheme in which wildlife can continue to thrive. 



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