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Wherever we work, we are committed to providing only the highest standards of workmanship and of service. We can prove it – take a look at our portfolio below and our Checkatrade profile where clients have given their independent feedback.

For more information on the services we provide to residential, commercial and community based-clients view our Design, Landscaping and Maintenance pages or contact us if you want to discuss your specific project further.


RBC Waterscape Garden

Streetscape relocated and built the Gold medal winning show garden at the 2014 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, designed by Hugo Bugg, at the Vauxhall Pleasure Garden.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014

Streetscape built the Silver-gilt medal winning show garden at the 2014 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, to celebrate 175 years of Perennial – the charity dedicated to supporting gardeners.


We designed and landscaped a rear garden, mixing contemporary shapes within a traditional setting

Tulse Hill

By constructing a large sleeper terrace we were able to create a practical space for the clients to enjoy.

Raynes Park

This large garden in Raynes Park was transformed into wonderful space for the clients and their young family to enjoy.

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2013

The Silver-Gilt winning ‘Garden Pad’, built by Streetscape and London Gardens; designed by Dan Bowyer of Fisher Tomlin Bowyer.


Breathing new life into a garden in Dulwich, with a child-friendly expanse of lawn, secluded areas for relaxation and a wider decked area for entertaining.


Constructing a new deck, complete with shaped sleeper beds, to create a low maintenance garden with a large entertaining space.

Hither Green

There’s a lot you can do in a small garden using interesting shapes.

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“Streetscape has worked with huge enthusiasm alongside Stepney City Farm. We believe they are truly adding something of great worth to us and to the community, and wish them every success in their innovative venture.”

Bessie Venables, Stepney City Farm