The overriding concept was to combine the driveway and front garden as one to maximize the potential parking opportunity, whilst retaining their separate identities. Tumbled block paving was laid in a coursed pattern to the majority of the driveway, with a sett banding inlay with an area of natural stone paving at the threshold of the entrance to the house. A single course of setts continues to wrap its way around the graveled front garden allowing the occasional parking. A suitable palette of low maintenance groundcover and hedging plants was used to soften geometric nature of the design. Finally the driveway framed by a series of low boundary walls with bespoke railings were introduced along with a full height wall, which integrated seamlessly by means of a quarter circle brick detail.