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Preliminary Landscaping Phase Fees

The bridge between design and construction plays a crucial role in addressing any requirements for the landscaping crew before commencing the landscaping process.


Factors that influence the Preliminary Landscaping Phase costs

In this phase, any of the following may be addressed:

Considering a Pool?

When installing a pool, Whyte Gardens and the pool company must work together and ensure seamless coordination.

The pool company will take many months to arrange the engineering and permits, with timeframes depending upon the complexity of the site.


Landscaping around a pool

Setting Expectations

It's crucial to have a clear understanding of potential obstacles and how long they may take to overcome in your project. It's also wise to be open to adjusting your expectations if needed. Sometimes, only after submitting your application to the council or building surveyor does it come to light that your property or home has specific requirements and additional needs. These extra challenges may demand more time and effort.

Setting realistic expectations is vital, as is assembling the right team to handle your application. Furthermore, there are instances where designing your project in a way that avoids the need for permits altogether can be equally important.

Preliminary Fees FAQs

How long does a Planning Permit take?

Can permit applications run concurrently while landscaping takes place?

Does decking need a permit?

Who seeks out all compliance approvals?

Talk With a Designer

Find out how you can start creating your ideal garden with a 60-minute Discovery Consult.

Get actionable advice about the design and construction process for your unique garden as you speak directly 1:1 with one of our professional designers.

Here’s just some of what we’ll cover in your consult…

  • A deep dive into the current state of your garden
  • Your unique vision for your dream garden
  • How to build your ideal garden within your budget
  • And this is only just scratching the surface…