Does anybody know if there's a recognised standard or best practice guidance
document for the preparation of landscaping schemes?
I'm looking at landscaping schemes submitted with planning applications (or
as a result of planning conditions) and the overall quality is dire. When it
comes to trees (other than whips) I can reference BS8545, but when it comes
to other aspects of landscaping how can I explain to architects/developers
that they need to pull their socks up?
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