Sue Lindley provides an approachable, imaginative and efficient garden design service in York and North Yorkshire. Able to draw on 20 years of varied experience as a garden designer, she believes that good communication with clients and clear garden care instructions are key to the success of her designs.
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«Working with Sue on the Cancer Care Courtyard at York Hospital was extremely easy and enjoyable. Sue's approach to issues arising onsite was practical and pragmatic but she never lost sight of the final design. We look forward to working with her in the future.»
«I really enjoyed working with Sue. She was always friendly, helpful and willing to listen to new ideas and suggestions. It was a huge project to manage and I feel she did it both efficiently and professionally at all times. I wouldn't hesitate in working with her again.»
«She has at every stage made good choices of supporting elements to arrive at a simple, dignified design that answers the need for a peaceful, reflective space tucked into the centre of a busy hospital.»
«Her experience and professionalism was second to none and I felt we... definitely learned a lot from her. It was a constant pleasure to work with her and her attention to detail... will remain one of the real strengths of this project.»
«Sue has a real love of gardens and landscape and is fantastically knowledgeable and professional to work with - highly recommended!»
Sue designs gardens for all shapes, sizes and budgets
She has 20 years of experience designing public and private spaces
Her gardens in the public sphere include the Grimston Grange Offices, Tadcaster, Sarah Coggles' Courtyard, York, and the Cancer Care Centre Courtyard Garden at York Hospital
Private gardens include tiny back yards, town gardens and large country gardens
She attends CPD courses for Garden Designers run by the Society of Garden Designers and others several times a year - to back up a 2016 Distinction in the LCGD's Planting Design Diploma and an HNC Distinction gained in 1998
Philanthropic work includes being a member of the Yorkshire Gardens Trust Schools Group, and of the Organising Committee for a course on Plantsmanship