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Randle Siddeley is a leading landscape architecture, construction and maintenance company.

Based in London, our Design Division specialises in designing landscapes and gardens for private residences and commercial developments all over the world. With projects from the most modest of city roof terraces to the grandest of palaces and hotels, our experienced landscape architects combine creative flair with obsessive attention to detail to deliver classic, yet contemporary, landscape treatments.

Our Construction Division is made up of hard- and soft-landscaping experts whose traditional craftsmanship skills, using modern methods and equipment, deliver beautiful gardens and public realm spaces time and time again.

Many of the projects we build have been crafted by our Design Division, but we also frequently tender and negotiate on schemes designed by other landscape and garden designers.

We take pride in our gardens and landscapes looking established and developed from the moment they are completed. Like all living projects, however, they flourish and mature with age.

We employ a substantial team of garden and landscape maintenance experts who work to ensure that your outdoor space always looks immaculate. Our full-service maintenance package is tailored to suit your requirements for your private residences, retail, hospitality or other commercial buildings.

Below, you will find links to a selection of projects from our landscape portfolio.  Our international commercial landscape architecture projects are well-documented and you will find plenty of detail about our clients, their wishes and how we responded to their briefs.  By their very nature, less information is available on our private client works.  We value our clients' privacy and many of them choose not to have their projects featured online at all.  If you would like any further information on any of the listed projects, please do contact us.

Some of our more recent projectsSee All

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Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Sydney Street - Chelsea
This lower-ground level garden belonged to an interior designer and her husband. The gardens in this part of London are often small and rather claustrophobic - this one...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - The Old Garden - Twickenham
The Old Garden is a 3.2 acre property. The brief was to take an established, tired garden from the early 20th century into the 21st century while still keeping...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Catherine Place - Westminster
This garden is on the lower-ground floor of a London house, so it is to all intents and purposes a basement courtyard. It is overlooked by surrounding properties...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Eldon Road - Kensington
This is a narrow London garden, measuring 20 x 7 metres, that had previously belonged to fashion designer Hardy Amies. He had used L-shapes of pleached dwarf pear trees...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Chelsea - Old Church Street
Located in the heart of Chelsea, this bonsai garden was a test of our design skills. The property developer wanted to marry the new-build house with an adjacent mews...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - The Boltons - Kensington
This garden in central London is about 30 x 20 metres, slightly more generous than is usual. The clients wanted an elegant design, but also space for entertaining...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Holland Park
The previous owner had designed a very modern, contemporary and structured garden. Our client wanted the absolute opposite and wished to create a romantic, classical garden with a sense...
Randle Siddeley - Garden Design - Lansdowne Walk - Holland Park
We were commissioned to transform what was an overgrown, yet somewhat threadbare in parts, city garden into a sophisticated oasis which was lusciously verdant by day and radiantly lit...
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