Victorian terraced house. Garden had large existing pond (with fish!) in the centre of the lawn. This prevented the lawn being used as an effective playspace so was re-designed as two raised pools with water falling from the upper to the lower pool over a copper water spout. The pond was covered with a protective grill to make it child safe. Tall copper pots on the terrace are planted with phormium and Japanese Acer. A large lawn has been created allowing children to play on, with space for a Wendy House on stilts with sand pit underneath. At the end of the garden a second entertaining terrace has been created, sourrounded with raised sleeper beds planted with ferns, ajuga and cimicifuga. Black bamboo screens the shed.