Garden Design by Award-winning Mark Lane Designs


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Crowborough, East Sussex, UK

An exciting Project, to design a section of a large garden, adjoining an 18th century house with contemporary double height glass extension. The garden, surrounded by sandstone walling and buttresses, is to reflect the beautiful countryside and sit comfortably alongside a contemporary living space

Skegness, UK

A re-design of an existing garden, with new mature planting for an instant effect, for a busy family. The low-maintenance planting has been kept to soft whites, reds and blues for continuous colour throughout the year

Kent and Canterbury Hospital, UK

To create a new outdoor space in an incredibly awkward area between buildings where a large A/C unit is housed. Seating for staff and patients, abundant planting and screening will be 'squeezed' into a long rectangular space, working with an existing newly laid pathway and edging

Chartham, Kent, UK

A challenge of a Brief to create a cottage-style garden, with inspiration from Dungeness. A fully accessible garden with a hidden seating area, low-maintenance planting and an unexpected design behind the Clients' house


Nackington, Kent, UK

A 1 acre cottage-style garden for a busy family set in 5 acres, with a number of separate areas united through planting and a design that is in-keeping with the surroundings

St Margaret's at Cliffe, Kent, UK

A Malaysian inspired tropical garden incorporating a large water feature with floating stepping stones, feature walls, pergola and intricate, decorative features throughout the garden

Front Garden, Lower Hartlip, UK

A low-maintenance modern front garden with raised beds in a warm hardwood of various heights, 'floating' beds and concealed LED lighting

Lower Hartlip, Kent, UK

A secluded contemporary garden with a large water feature, outdoor kitchen, gazebo, sandstone paving and Corten steel retaining walls with hidden lighting for additional depth, contrasts and accents

Show Garden

Wheelchair-friendly, present-day design with abundant naturalistic planting


Kingsdown, Kent, UK

Modern take on a cottage garden, incorporating accessibility features, such as an integrated slope, non-slip surfaces and raised beds


Ickham, Kent, UK

A re-design of an existing courtyard garden, which incorporates 10 large pieces of sculpture. A fire-pit area, BBQ, table and chairs merge seamlessly with the 'woodland' type planting and architecture of the building

Pluckley, Kent, UK

Contemporary relaxation and meditation garden, with pergola, secluded sunken deck, abundant borders and twisted granite water feature for a Grade II listed Barn

Nonington, Kent, UK

A 1 acre garden split into multiple gardens, with a main Arts and Crafts garden, a tropical garden, a herb garden and an accessible holiday let garden that wraps around a converted stable block

Warrington, Cheshire, UK

A large (2,600 sq m), wildlife, naturalistic community garden on a triangular traffic 'island' green

Canterbury, Kent, UK

Large contemporary naturalistic-wild garden with wheelchair accessible pathways

Canterbury, Kent, UK

A traditional family garden with a modern twist, 30m x 12m, with a garden office, pergola, fire pit and entertaining space


Two Mile Ash, Milton Keynes, UK

A low-maintenance, modern garden accessible for the whole family, with a mini woodland, water feature and secluded seating area

Bethersden, Kent, UK

Large cottage garden with small lake, for a Kent Granary, undertaken in 3 stages




Strode Park Foundation, Kent, UK

A sensory garden for a large disability charity. The creation of a new garden; to unite a new hydrotherapy pool to the large parkland beyond

Whitstable, Kent, UK

A contemporary family garden, where space, straight lines, triangles and contemporary artwork are the key elements - all seen and reached by a basement kitchen/family room

Camberwell, London, UK

An accessible family garden with a woodland / woodland edge theme. A well-being garden for a child with cerebral palsy, as well as 2 more able-bodied children and busy parents


Pilgrims Hospices, Kent, UK

A re-design of the existing gardens that wrap round the entire site, making sure access needs are accounted for, especially for bed-bound patients


Bramling, Kent, UK

Acre garden in a naturalistic style, divided in to multiple separate 'rooms', including swimming pool borders for a Kent Orchard



Mark Lane also offers full garden design solutions for the disabled, covering a range of accessibility issues such as recommended path widths, turning circles for wheelchair users, shapes and colours, as well as planting techniques for both mentally and physically disabled people, the elderly and the young. Sensory design solutions offer a wealth of benefits for disabled people, the blind, deaf people and those hard of hearing. 


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