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(Further client references available upon request by arrangement)

'Superb garden and pond. Thank you again.  I inherited this amazing and ever-changing, clever design by Esther Jury. 

As the pond is so close to the house it gives light, interes, joy and fun throughout the year, day and night. Maturing and improving as each season passes.  The fish thrive, very pretty water lillies appear as if by magic in the summer and the pond becomes even more animated with visits from birds, bees, butterflies, frogs, newts and dragonflies

The garden is certainly an extra room'.  

Happy resident in Blackheath Park


'We have worked successfully with Esther for many years and have always found the process from inception to completion highly enjoyable.   Esther's ability to develop and compliment our architectural intent is a real asset'

Socrates Militiadou, Richard Mitzman Architects


I have known Esther for many years through her work in the voluntarily capacity at Rowstock Gardens where she worked with children from the estate in developing attractive gardens around the tower blocks.

When the opportunities arise we engage Esther Jury (prev. Jury and Braham) on housing and street schemes where a larger commercial company would not always be able to provide the attention to detail and care needed for complex and choice planting. Esther has also provided us with a number of strong and attractive herbaceous planting designs. Jury and Braham's work has been well received by our clients, Housing  and Highway departments as well as the end users - our residents.

Mark Rowe, Estate Open Space Manager, Environment and Regeneration Dept. London Borough of Islington


'I wanted to express our thanks and admiration for the excellent job you carried out for Conewood St Children's Centre...The design and layout were precisely planned to match the needs of the premises, children, parents and staff. The plants chosen ideally complement the surroundings and enhance the inner-city environment of our location. We have a taste of nature brought into our 'home'...The children's play and learning has added value because of the stimulating yet comforting surroundings, they particularly like the willow tunnel!  Their artwork often reflects the colours and shapes they observe with the passing seasons'.  

Dorothy Shepherd, Head of Centre, Conewood St Children's Centre

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