Danielle Jeynes qualified in landscape architecture at Birmingham City University obtaining a 1st class honours degree, a post graduate diploma and an M.A. Danielle has also tutored for BCU. She specialises in naturalistic landscapes and provides beautiful designs for landscapes at all scales. Danielle is also a commissioning artist.
Richard Billingsley is an experience ecologist and horticulturist having worked within the sector since graduating from the University of Wolverhampton in 2001 with an honours degree in Ecology where he specialised in plant ecology and habitat creation. He has since worked for a number of local and national charities and educational organisations where he led and trained others in practical land management, horticulture and nature conservation.
Djogs offer a highly professional landscape and ecology service at single dwelling to landscape scale. We have set out to bring a fresh approach to our designs mixing Landscape Architecture and Ecology with years of professional practical landscape management experience.
Djogs specialise in ecologically sensitive developments including habitat creation schemes, green belt, protected species mitigation and planning applications. Working with all parties as required we provide cost effective and elegant solutions to the challenges of developing within these areas turning constraints into opportunities
Naturalistic design echoes the layers of plantings seen in nature. By considering ecology, geology, soils, micro-climate and landscape character of the location we choose the right plants for a sustainable, beautiful design that fits within the wider landscape.
At Djogs we are passionate about using native plants and naturalistic planting schemes to produce beautiful, reliable and cost effective environment that contribute to the local landscape and enhance biodiversity. This reduces the need for maintenance and increases resilience. Our plant choices ensure a high survival rate maintaining a beautiful setting for your development and controlling budgets