Whats the simplest and something with low maintenance and low cost to do landscaping on GrannyFlat? It will be rented out so nothing fancy and plus tenants won't looking after it. Just to keep it tidy and clean. Here is my drawing. I am looking for some ideas and how to save cost. High level plans 1 Building a fence on the front so land must be straight from the front 2 Build a walk way all to way to GF on RHS 3 Existing wood chips on LHS of existing property 4 Turf the back of GF and turf backyard of existing house #1 Building a fence on the front so land must be straight from the front a) The land is sloping from left to right (along border) - this will need to be straighten b) The land falls about 60cm (i think - to be confirmed) > Do we need to do anything here? > Is the going to fence sitting on the peak of the land or on the slope down? #2 Build a walk way all to way to GF on RHS a) RHS needs to be levelled to a similar gradient as the existing driveway b) Water + Gas meter in front - we don't want to spend unnecessarily to slope the land perfectly > Does this need to be boxed around for the levelling? c) Build a step down from the new gate (is this even needed ?) d) walk-way will be gravel/ pebble - extend the gravel all the way to the back and around the GF e) use pavings to allow people to walk upon all the way to GF f) walk-way to be the same size as the driveway on LHS g) assume we'll need some type of edging at the front of house where it divides and also edging where it meets the GF. h) Is it much cost effectives using turf and pavings or pebble with pavings? #3 Existing wood chips on LHS of existing property a) LHS near driveway to garage - already have wood chips but damn weeds keep growing? Is there a way to stop this? #4 Turf the back of GF and turf backyard of existing house Please keep the ideas and comments coming!