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LCGD - Stress Free Projects

relax and hear how others achieve effective costing and communication without compromising project quality

The London College of Garden Design have announced a new series of courses for the New Year aimed at helping designers and landscapers achieve their new year business resolutions and achieve stress free projects.

Mark Gregory who is leading the new courses said “The easiest way to get stressed is when a project fails to live up to expectations so we have invited some of the leaders in the field of design and landscape to tell us how they do it and give us their top tips for running successful projects.” The courses run over three evenings in central London to ensure that busy professionals can come at the end of the day, relax and hear how others achieve effective costing and communication without compromising project quality.

Mark said “One of the hardest tasks for any designer is to get the costing of a project right. Whether it's maximising their own fees and income or giving accurate guideline budgets when selling their services.” In the first of the evening courses on 13th January 2015 Jason Lock of Deakin Lock and Dan Riddlestone of Bowles & Wyer join Mark to discuss how they consistently get their pricing right.

On 24th February leading designers Anne-Marie Powell and Olivia Kirk will discuss and share their top communication tips and on 17th March designer Patricia Fox and John Wyer of Bowles & Wyer join Mark to discuss what they do to go onto win awards, successful portfolio projects and guarantee referrals.

The evenings are all held at Regent’s University in Regent’s Park from 6pm to 8pm and cost just GBP39 for all three if booked before 12th January.


About the London College of Garden Design

The London College of Garden Design aims to offer the best professional garden design courses available in the UK. The College is one of Europe’s leading specialist design colleges and offers professional level courses including the one year Garden Design Diploma which is taught from the Orangery Conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew and Regents College in central London.

Short courses are offered at Kew, Regent’s University in central London and our new satellite hub in Crewe. The college also has a partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society offering short courses at RHS Garden Wisley.

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