New Soft Landscaping Service from Djogs

16th January, 2017

Due to increasing demand Djogs have introduced a soft landscaping service enabling us to provide both design and delivery on planting plans

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Two new homes in the Green Belt approved

1st November, 2016

With the help of djogs providing biodiversity boosting landscape plans two new homes in the Warwick countryside have recently been approved 

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DJOGS landscape scheme helps win approval for 9 new homes in Rugby

1st November, 2016

Thanks to great collaborative working a new scheme for nine affordable homes in Rugby has been approved

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Go-Kart Project in Norton Canes Finally Goes Public

10th August, 2016

Plans for a new go-kart track in Norton Canes, Staffordshire have finally gone public with the filing of planning details on Cannock Chase District Council planning website. We are very proud and confident of the landscape design and the potential positive impact on wildlife and amenity. 

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Planning approval successes

12th July, 2016

Djogs have been busy working with other professionals to provide our Clients with the planning approval they require. The result of our hard work has been a run of planning successes including consent for sympathetic greenbelt developments and discherge of conditions on planning consents

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Peppa Pig Inspired New Garden City for West Country

1st April, 2016

A new flood proof Garden City for Somerset designed by Djogs has the go-ahead. Created on artificial hills in the Levels will provides hunderds of new homes for region

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International Day of Forest

21st March, 2016

In celebration of the day here are some reasons for including trees in your landscape

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Another fast turnaround by djogs

9th March, 2016

Djogs have today given another speedy turnaround on landscaping documents to discharge planning conditions before work starts

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website update

6th March, 2016

We've updated our website to include additional services and some of our more recent work

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