About PC Landscapes

Need a landscape designer? Whether you already have a beautiful vision for your garden, a carefully crafted plan or just need inspiration, we invite you to take a moment to explore our website.

We know how much care and thought goes into people’s gardens. Over the past 22 years our dedicated team of landscapers and designers have worked to deliver breathtaking gardens and bring our clients’ visions to life.

Whether your dream garden revolves around a spectacular water feature, stunning planting arrangements or tasteful timber decking, PC Landscapes can help you every step of the way – from design, planning permission and creation, to aftercare and maintenance.

Paul Cowell, Managing Director, PC Landscapes

Paul Cowell – Managing Director and Lead Landscape Architect

Paul gained a National Diploma in landscape construction at Merrist Wood College in the early nineties and worked all the way-up to BA(Hons) in Landscape Architecture at Greenwich University.

He is now a chartered Landscape Architect and a full member of the Landscape Institute, a registered member of the Society of Garden designers, an appreciated lecturer and a judge at several shows, including the RHS Chelsea flower show , RHS Hampton Court, RHS Malvern, RHS Chatsworth and RHS Tatton. He is also a former director of the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI), and in 2014 he was awarded life membership to BALI in “recognition for commitment and contribution to the association”.

Paul’s work is based on six important elements: client, environment, architecture, design, construction and aftercare. His ethos and unique understanding of construction is reflected in every project and has won him several awards.

When not at work, he can be found in Devon, where he is currently renovating a charming listed property by the sea.

Anthony George, Contracts Manager, PC Landscapes

Anthony George – Contracts Manager

Anthony joined PC Landscapes as a contracts manager in 2007. During this time he has gained qualifications in Business Management and Environmental Management Systems. He has also completed his SMSTS (site safety management) qualification and looks after PCLandscapes team’s welfare.

Prior to joining PC Landscapes, Anthony worked for a landscape company in London managing projects between £20k-£500k in value; during this time he built and project-managed several gold-medal-winning gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Anthony is a keen photographer and an active scout leader. When not in the office, he is usually at the camera or experimenting with the company’s drone.


Noemi Mercurelli – Associate Garden Designer and Biodiversity Lead

With a BSc in Applied Biodiversity, Noemi Mercurelli serves as the Associate Garden Designer and Biodiversity Lead at PC Landscapes. Her 12 years of experience in the prime residential market have provided her with a wealth of expertise. Noemi's unwavering dedication to crafting sustainable, award-winning landscapes is evident in every project she undertakes.

A passionate advocate for inclusivity in the industry, Noemi tirelessly champions the cause. She actively contributes to the ecological and environmental aspects of the design side of PC Landscapes, while supporting the director in achieving carbon reduction across our projects. Noemi plays a pivotal role in the operational and marketing facets of the design team.

What distinguishes Noemi is her remarkable ability to bridge a profound understanding of the property market with sustainable design principles. She excels in creating landscapes that not only harmonize with the environment but also adeptly cater to the ever-evolving needs of the property market.

Beyond her professional commitments, Noemi finds joy in the great outdoors, often exploring nature with her children, and takes pleasure in the simple joy of a well-brewed espresso.

Noemi Mercurelli's commitment to sustainability, inclusivity, and her profound connection with nature make her an invaluable asset to the PC Landscapes team, where she continues to shape the future of landscape design.

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