Scores - 0 = Poor 1 = Average 2 = Good 3 = Very good 4 = Excellent
Documentation PART A - Brief & Site Analysis
A clear written statement setting out the client's brief (max 500 words)
An explanation of the constraints and opportunities of the site- including soil, topography, natural vegetation and climate (max 200 words)
Scope of works, including existing features and third party companies involved in the design process as well as construction.
Documentation PART B - Quality of documentation
Landscape Plan to scale. Is the documentation clear, legible and easy to understand?
Planting Plan to scale. Is the documentation clear, legible and easy to understand?
Plant Schedule - is it a complete list of plants used with correct botanical name, pot size etc?
Hardscape Materials specified
Section elevation or 3D image to illustrate the design concept
Photographs - Do they document a progression of the work from start to finish?
Problem solving: Does the design address the client's brief and solve and site issues?
Does the design suit the site - is it site specific?
Does the design show an interesting layout, adequate sizing of spaces, access lines and connections (both ground plane and vertical)?
Does the design incorporate design elements such as enclosure, scale, mass and void, light and shade, exploit views in and out of garden?
Does the design incorporate design elements such as balance, repetition, contrast, focal points and vista?
Does the design have originality, surprise or a 'wow' factor? (This does not include styling or decorative accessories for photography that are not part of the landscape plan.)
Does the garden incorporate an interesting or innovative use of materials compatible with the design requirements?
Are the plants suitable for the environment?
Does the planting design combine colour, texture and form?
Have the plants been chosen, spaced and combined with reference to their mature size?
Construction - Realisation & Finish
Does the documentation provided accurately represent the built garden?
Does the garden meet the client's long-term maintenance expectations?
Is the finish of the built garden of high standard?
Was the project designed at no cost to an institution: charity: school; kindergarten; hospital;disability housing or similar?
Please note key points you took into consideration with your judging.