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Landscape garden maintenance garden design & build Cathcart trellis & patio Lochwinnoch

dear green space was established in 2006 by Gary Rankin and David Manning.
We have worked with a range of clients and budgets, from the design and build of small residential projects, to large private developments and community gardens. 

We are a small company who carry out and manage the work ourselves, along with other associates who are trained and experienced in horticulture, arboriculture, building and joinery.
We can therefore put together the necessary range of skills dependent on your requirements - this ensures every client has a personal service

We offer a design & build service as well as a design-only service.
We are also happy to offer practical advice on the best options for your space

Gary Rankin                                                 David Manning

David Manning: Based in Glasgow's Southside, I'm a qualified garden designer and town planner with over 20 years experience with community-based housing associations.
I have a particular interest in gardens and open spaces associated with housing, and in how these can be designed to provide attractive, sustainable environments for residents.

07834 815558 / / Twitter@deargreenspace1

Gary Rankin: I'm a qualified garden designer, based in in North East Glasgow.
I have a passion for plants, design, sustainability & environmental issues.
I also work as  a community outreach lecturer, and with 20 previous years of sales & project management experience, I aim to ensure clients receive an excellent and informed service.

07941 019152 / / Instagram@deargreenspace

  William Smith: With a background in Health, Social care and Student Support, I moved back to Scotland and decided on a change in direction. I've always been a keen gardener with an eye for detail and have worked on many dear green space projects. I also work at a community garden in Glasgow's south side supporting volunteer gardeners and maintaining plant collections for the charity.