Terms and Conditions

The Small Print

The following terms and conditions shall apply to and are incorporated into the quotation (referred to in these terms and conditions as the “Quotation”) and shall apply unless expressly modified or excluded in writing and signed by Architectural Plants.

The terms and conditions also cover our online shop offering and “Online Orders”, orders made via Architectural Plants’ Online Shop. 

Nothing in these terms and conditions shall affect the Client’s statutory rights.

The Client’s attention is drawn to the limitation of Architectural Plants’s liability in clause 8.


“Client” means the individual, legal person, entity or organisation specified in the Quotation or Online Order who buys or agrees to buy goods and services from Architectural Plants under the Contract;

“Contract” means the contract between the Client and Architectural Plants to carry out the Works or Supply of Goods on the terms set out in the Contract Documents;

“Contract Documents” means the Quotation or Online Order, these terms and conditions, any specification, bill of quantities, plans or drawings and any other document referred to in the Quotation or agreed in writing between the Client and Architectural Plants to be a Contract Document;

“Contract Price” means the price to be paid by the Client for the Works or Supply of Goods as set out in the Quotation and payable in accordance with clause 2.3 (Payment) of these terms and conditions;

“Goods” means all goods, plants and other materials supplied by Architectural Plants to the Client for or in connection with the Works and through an Online Order; “Site” means the location where the Works are to take place or Goods are to be supplied to;

“Architectural Plants” means Architectural Plants Limited, a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 02516000 at registered office 15, Bell Street, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 7AD.

“Works” means the gardening, landscaping and design services and any Goods provided and supplied by Architectural Plants to the Client as specified in the Contract Documents.

Any reference in these terms and conditions to a communication or agreement being “in writing” shall include communication or agreement by email or other electronic communication. For these purposes the email address for Architectural Plants is enquiries@architecturalplants.com and the email address for the client shall be as specified in the Quotation or as otherwise notified to Architectural Plants.

2. QUOTATION FOR WORKS (excluding Online Orders)

2.1 The Quotation shall remain valid for a period of two calendar months after the date of the Quotation and thereafter lapses automatically.

2.2 The Contract shall come into existence upon the Client and Architectural Plants both signing a copy of the Quotation or otherwise indicating in writing their acceptance of the Quotation.

2.3 In the event of any inconsistency between these terms and conditions and the wording of the Quotation, the wording in the Quotation shall prevail.

3. PAYMENT (excluding Online Orders)

3.1 Payment of the Contract Price will be due from the Client on the terms and at the times set out in the Quotation.

3.2 All amounts payable by the Client under the Contract are inclusive of amounts in respect of value added tax chargeable from time to time (VAT).

3.3 Without limiting any other right or remedy of Architectural Plants, if the Client fails to make any payment due to Architectural Plants under the Contract by any due date for payment (the “Due Date”), Architectural Plants shall have the right to charge interest on the overdue amount at the rate of 2% per cent per annum above the then current base rate of the Barclays Bank accruing on a daily basis from 14 days after the Due Date until the date of actual payment of the overdue amount, whether before or after judgment, and compounding quarterly.


4.1 Architectural Plants shall carry out and complete deliveries using reasonable care and skill and in accordance with the Contract, whether Goods are purchased online or offline. Deliveries will be carried out in accordance with the terms agreed at the point of sale online, further clarification with the Client may be obtained after this point. 

4.2 Architectural Plants shall carry out and complete the Works using reasonable care and skill and in accordance with the Contract.

4.3 Architectural Plants shall have the right to make any changes to the Works which are necessary to comply with any applicable law or safety requirement, or which do not materially affect the nature or quality of the Works, and Architectural Plants shall notify the Client in any such event. In the event such changes result in an increased cost to Architectural Plants, clause 6.1 shall apply.

4.4 Architectural Plants will carry out a Site risk assessment and will carry out the Works in accordance with all applicable Health and Safety regulations. Architectural Plants will take reasonable steps to minimise environmental disturbance, nuisance and pollution.

4.5 Architectural Plants shall have no liability (on any basis whatsoever) to the Client if Architectural Plants is required to suspend work either on a temporary or permanent basis to comply with any applicable law or safety requirement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Client shall remain liable to pay for any Works performed by Architectural Plants up to (and including) the date of suspension.

4.6 Subject to clause 4.7 and 4.9, Architectural Plants warrants that on completion of the Works, all Goods:

  • (a) conform in all material respects to their description in the Contractual Documents
  • (b) are of a satisfactory quality
  • (c) are fit for the purpose and the conditions of the Site
  • (d) are free of material defects in design, material and workmanship; and (e) comply in all material respects with all applicable statutory and regulatory requirements

4.7 The warranty in clause 4.6 does not apply to any defect in the Goods arising from fair wear and tear, wilful damage, accident, negligence by the Client or a third party, use of the Goods in a way other than as recommended by Architectural Plants, failure of the Client to follow instructions given by Architectural Plants or any alteration or repair carried out by the Client without Architectural Plants’ prior written approval.

4.8 In the unlikely event that any of the Goods do not conform to these terms and conditions, the Client should let Architectural Plants know as soon as possible after completion of the Works. Architectural Plants will arrange for a date convenient for both the Client and Architectural Plants on which to come and inspect the relevant Goods and, once Architectural Plants has confirmed the relevant Goods contravene these terms and conditions, Architectural Plants will replace or repair them (as appropriate).

4.9 The Client understands that:

  • (a) natural products, including but not limited to stone, timber and aggregates are likely to vary in appearance and the Client should not expect a consistent colour, texture, surface or dimension from such materials. It should also be noted that all materials will weather naturally and unevenly over a period of time. Architectural Plants recommends the Client discusses in detail with Architectural Plants these natural variations before entering into the Contract
  • (b) timber, plants and other natural products are liable to be affected by subsequent weed growth, disease or infestation, change shape or colour, or otherwise affected or changed after installation due to the natural properties of such items or their interaction with the environment in which they are placed. The changes listed in this sub-clause are not due to any defect in such items. The warranty in clause 4.5 does not therefore extend to replacing such natural products in the circumstances set out in sub-clauses (A) and (B) above (to the extent such circumstances are not the result of any default or negligence by Architectural Plants), in each case the full costs of which shall be borne by the Client.


5.1 The Client undertakes to obtain any and all necessary planning or other consents and permissions (including, where necessary, permission for access to or over any adjacent or neighbouring land or buildings and the consent of the owners or occupiers of any adjacent or neighbouring land or buildings) for the Works and to fulfil any statutory requirements necessary for or relating to the Works. The Client agrees to reimburse Architectural Plants on demand for any and all costs and expenses (including, but not limited to, loss of profit or indirect or consequential loss) reasonably incurred by Architectural Plants as a result of the failure of the Client to comply with its obligations under this Clause 5.1.

5.2 The Client warrants that the Site is free from springs, flooding, rock, tree stumps not specifically to be removed, mine workings, covered wells or other cavities, running sand, service pipes and cables, sewage or land drains, foundations of former buildings archaeological remains and/or relics or other hazards or obstructions which are not discoverable on visual inspection of the surface of the Site or made known in writing by the Client to Architectural Plants prior to the date upon which Architectural Plants commences the Works.

5.3 If applicable, all underground services (including, but not limited to, water pipes, electricity cables, sewers, or telecommunication cables) near to the works must be accurately identified to Architectural Plants in writing before Architectural Plants commences the Works. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Architectural Plants accepts no liability for any damage to such services as a result of or arising from the Works.

5.4 The Client agrees to provide Architectural Plants, its employees, agents, consultants and subcontractors (as applicable) with access to: (a) the Site during the hours of 7.30a.m. to 6.00p.m. on Monday to Friday (inclusive) for the duration of the Works, and at any time outside of those hours as may be agreed between the Client and Architectural Plants from time to time; and (b) mains electricity and water necessary to carry out the Works. The Client agrees to bear the cost of any such water and electricity used by Architectural Plants.

5.5 The Client agrees to provide such information to Architectural Plants as Architectural Plants may reasonably request for the purposes of fulfilling its obligations under the Contractual Documents.


6.1 Without prejudice to clauses 4.2 and 4.7, if the cost to Architectural Plants of undertaking the Works materially increases as a result of an increase in the price of materials, rates for wages, other charges or costs, the price of labour, or other services required for completion of the Works, Architectural Plants will notify the Client before undertaking any work to which the material increase applies. In such circumstances, Architectural Plants and the Client will seek to reach agreement in writing as to an appropriate increase to the Contract Price to reflect the increase in cost to Architectural Plants. If an agreement in writing is not reached between the Client and Architectural Plants within a reasonable time, Architectural Plants has the right to discontinue the Works and the Client agrees to pay Architectural Plants all costs Architectural Plants has reasonably and properly incurred in fulfilling the Contract prior to the date on which Architectural Plants discontinues the Works.

6.2 Subject to clause 6.3, and unless otherwise specified in these terms and conditions, changes to the Contractual Documents may be agreed orally between the Client and Architectural Plants.

6.3 Any material changes to the Contractual Documents must be agreed in writing between Architectural Plants and the Client.


7.1 Architectural Plants agrees to use reasonable endeavours to undertake the Works on the dates and at the times specified in the Quotation.

7.2 Architectural Plants shall use reasonable endeavours to complete or undertake the Works within a reasonable time or, if applicable, by the dates and times specified in the Quotation; however, any specific dates or times for completion of or undertaking the Works in the Quotation shall be an estimate only and Architectural Plants shall not be liable for any failure to complete or undertake the Works by the dates or times (if any) specified in the Quotation.

7.3 Architectural Plants will not be liable for any failure to perform, or delay in the performance of, its obligations under the Contract if any such non-performance or delay arises from severe weather conditions; fire, explosion, storm, flood, earthquake, subsidence, epidemic or other natural disaster; the failure of the Client to perform its obligations under Clause 5.1 or the existence of any of the items or conditions referred to in Clause 5.2; strikes, lockouts, war, civil commotion, riot, terrorist attack or threat of terrorist attack; impossibility of the use of railways, motor transport or other means of public or private transport; or any acts, decrees, legislation, regulations or the restrictions of any government or branch thereof. In any of the circumstances listed in this clause 7.3, Architectural Plants and the Client shall agree an appropriate extension on time for completion of the Works.


Other than in the case of death or personal injury caused by Architectural Plants’s negligence; fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; or any other matter for which it would be illegal or unlawful for Architectural Plants to exclude or attempt to exclude its liability, Architectural Plants shall under no circumstances be liable to the Client for any loss of profit or any indirect or consequential loss arising under or in connection with the Contract.


All goods or other materials brought on Site by Architectural Plants, which are in excess of those required for the Works, shall remain the property of Architectural Plants. The Client agrees to allow Architectural Plants access to the Site, upon Architectural Plants giving reasonable notice to the Client, to remove such goods and materials.


Following completion of the Works, the responsibility for the proper maintenance of the Site passes to the Client and, unless otherwise agreed in writing between Architectural Plants and the Client, Architectural Plants has no obligation to maintain the Site following completion of the Works.

11. TERMINATION AND CANCELLATION – including Online Orders 

11.1 Without prejudice to any rights that have accrued under this agreement or any of its rights or remedies, either party may terminate the Contract with immediate effect by giving written notice to the other party if the other party fails to pay any amount due under the Contract on the due date for payment and remains in default not less than 14 days after being notified in writing to make such payment.

11.2 If the Quotation provides a date on which the Contract shall terminate, the Contract shall continue unless terminated in accordance with these terms and conditions (or as otherwise agreed in writing between the Client and Architectural Plants) until such date when it shall terminate automatically, provided that any rights which have accrued up to the date of termination shall survive such termination.

11.3 If specified in the Quotation, and without prejudice to any rights that have accrued under the Contract or any of its rights or remedies, either party may terminate the Contract on giving not less than 4 weeks’ written notice to the other party.

11.4 The Client may, at any time prior to 7 days before the commencement date for the Works specified in the Quotation, cancel the Contract by providing Architectural Plants with written notice. Architectural Plants will return the Client’s deposit (if any) within 7 days after receiving such notice. If the Client gives written notice that they wish to cancel the Contract 7 days or less before the commencement date for the Works specified in the Quotation, Architectural Plants shall not be required to return any deposit paid by the Client to Architectural Plants or, if no deposit had been paid, the Client agrees to pay all costs Architectural Plants has reasonably and properly incurred in fulfilling the Contract prior to the receipt by Architectural Plants of such notice.

11.5 Online Orders that have been made and cancelled prior to Architectural Plants collecting, packing or delivering the Goods will only incur administrative charges if there has been time or costs incurred by Architectural Plants. An example being when Goods are physically reserved by a tagging system that has incurred material and labour charges to Architectural Plants.  


12.1 All plants must be collected or delivered within 28 days of purchase, otherwise storage and maintenance charges of £50.00 per week will be incurred.


Unique terms and conditions apply to the purchase and return of Goods made by the Client using Architectural Plants Online Shop. This also includes the Delivery of Goods by Architectural Plants and third party hauliers. This also includes the Collection of Goods purchased by the Client using Architectural Plants Online Shop. Please refer to our Online Shipping and Returns Policy, found on the footer of our website. 

Unique terms and conditions apply to the cancellation of payment for Goods purchased by the Client using Architectural Plants Online Shop. Refer to clause 11.5. This also includes the cancellation of Goods purchased by the Client where the Client requests Delivery by Architectural Plants.

If you have any cause for concern in relation to any aspect of your online order, contact us immediately. Our Team is here to help – so talk to us first: 01798 879213 or contact us here.

13.1 Terms & Conditions Specific to purchases & Orders Using the Architectural Plants Online Shop

These Terms & Conditions are specific to orders on the Architectural Plants website and for delivery to the UK. By accessing the Architectural Plants website and/or placing an order, you agree to be bound by these Terms & Conditions. Architectural Plants Ltd reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time and without prior notice by updating this page. You should check this section of the Architectural Plants website periodically to ensure you have the most recent version of our Terms & Conditions as this is relevant to any order you make.

These terms and conditions are for consumers only. By a consumer we mean any person who does not deal in garden plants, planting, garden design, creative maintenance, or horticultural deliveries in the course of their business and is thus considered to be Trade or an accredited Architectural Plants Trade Customer.

13.2 Purchasing / Ordering Products

You are considered to have placed an order with Architectural Plants Ltd by ordering online via our online checkout process, or by placing an order over the telephone. As part of the checkout process you will be given the opportunity to check your order and correct any errors. We will send you an order acknowledgement by email detailing the products you have ordered. This email confirmation constitutes acceptance of your order.

However Architectural Plants Ltd may still refuse to accept your order after confirmation where:

(a) the type of goods you ordered are not available, in which case we may offer a substitute of the same type and quality. You will be notified of this substitution by e-mail or telephone before goods are dispatched. You will have an opportunity to cancel the order and receive a full refund if the substitute goods are not acceptable.

(b) we cannot obtain authorisation for your payment

(c) there is an error in the product description

(d) It is logistically impossible for us to deliver the goods to that address

(e) delivery charges and/or surcharges apply and have not been paid

(f) if an item on the Architectural Plants website has been underpriced through error, we will not be liable to supply that item to you at the stated price. We will inform you of the correct price before dispatching the item to you so that you may decide whether or not you wish to go ahead with the purchase. If you decide to cancel the order, we will give you a full refund.

If you agree to the corrected price, payment via BACS or over the phone with our sales team must be made prior to our stated dispatch cancellation period. If you cancel your order as a result of being informed of such an error by us, you will receive a full refund of any money paid in advance. If you do not cancel your order within the set cancellation period leading up to the delivery date (72 hours) we will not refund you.

13.3 Photographs & Images

Images and photographs on the Architectural Plants website, whether they have been provided to Architectural Plants by suppliers or created by Architectural Plants are used to represent the style of the product only.

Plants are living organisms and as such they are liable to show natural variations in colour, form and size. No two plants of the same species can be identical and therefore plants supplied will be essentially similar to but not exactly identical to the relevant plant featured on the website. This also applies to any relevant seasonal change in the appearance of each species.

13.4 Accuracy of Website

While we do our best to make sure that the information on the Architectural Plants website is correct, we cannot always guarantee 100% accuracy and completeness of the material. Additional knowledge and know-how is always forthcoming in horticulture. If you are in any doubt about the product information on our website whilst making your purchase decision please contact us on 01798 879213 / enquiries@architecturalplants.com or click here to clarify any important detail before placing an order. We can always send you photos or arrange a video call with Whatsapp.

We try to ensure that all product information online is accurate. If we do become aware of an error in the information on the product you ordered we will contact you straight away so you can decide whether you still wish to go ahead with your order. If you cancel your order as a result of being informed of such an error by us, you will receive a full refund of any money paid in advance. If you do not cancel your order within the set cancellation period leading up to the delivery date (72 hours) we will not refund you.

13.5 Prices

Online prices reflect the very latest price points for all products. However, Architectural Plants On-line reserves the right to change prices at any time. Prices listed are in GBP and are inclusive of VAT and do not include delivery charges. Our delivery prices are calculated by the postcode you submit and are shown here. Latest prices are listed against each specific product on our website. All prices are reviewed regularly and any changes updated for each specific product on our site.

All prices must be paid in full before goods are dispatched. Payment can be made via credit or debit card (we accept MasterCard, Visa). Payment is taken when we receive your order, unless you have selected and clicked: Unsure About Your Order? Send Us Your Order Wish List. This tab is on the checkout page and if you selected it, we will contact you to discuss your wish list.

Always keep in mind: If there are plants that you want to buy but they are not in stock at the time of your search, call us to discuss their next scheduled availability and we can add them to your wish list.

13.6 Arranging Delivery

Please note that any delivery timescales stated on the Architectural Plants website or dates given on emails regarding delivery are only estimates. We would advise you not to arrange any ancillary services by a third party such as a landscaping firm or gardener until goods have been delivered. We cannot be held responsible for any unnecessary expense incurred in this matter if you rely on a delivery estimate which is not met. Once you have placed your order, we will contact you to discuss your delivery and endeavour to deliver your order within our timeframe of 3-14 working days. Plants that exceed a certain size or are particularly fragile can only be ordered after a consultation with us. A conversation must be had to discuss the most appropriate form of delivery.

Orders received after 1pm on weekdays, at weekends or on public holidays will be processed the next working day. There are no deliveries on Saturdays, Sundays or public holidays.

It is the customer’s responsibility when placing an order to ensure that they give us the full delivery address details, including an accurate postcode of the delivery address. It is also the customer’s responsibility to provide an accurate daytime contact telephone number(s) and correct email address so we can notify you should there be any problems with your order or delivery.

If you cannot be present to accept delivery and want the goods to be left unattended, please notify us prior to the delivery date in writing by post, email or leave a signed note to this effect in a secure place.

When your order is placed, we will send you a confirmation email stating your contact details as have been provided to us and your order reference number. We will contact you to inform you of the exact date on which your goods will be delivered. If you miss the delivery of your order, you will incur a re-delivery charge as we will be deemed to have met our original obligation to deliver with our first attempted delivery. In this case you will be notified of any extra charges that may apply prior to the re-delivery.

For further information regarding deliveries, please call us on 01798 879213, send us a message here or see the Delivery Page.

13.7 Receiving Delivery

We normally make a curb-side delivery and our driver will not ask for assistance. Delivery will be deemed as successfully made once the product arrives at the specified address so long as the delivery has been signed for by an adult aged 18 years or more or the purchaser left a signed note to say that the goods can be left unattended and not signed for. For delivery to locations other than private homes including but not limited to business premises, government buildings, hospitals, airports, hotels etc the signature of any person authorised to accept delivery on behalf of that company or organisation shall be accepted as proof of delivery of the goods to the buyer.

Once the plants have been received by you, your agent, or the intended recipient, or a signed note has been left indicating that delivery can be left unattended, the goods are your responsibility. We will no longer be liable for any loss or damage to the goods.

If you choose to accept the delivery of a package that is damaged, you must sign the delivery note as “Damaged” and notify us of any damage within 7 days of receipt. We may require you to send us photographic evidence of the damage. We will arrange to collect and replace the damaged goods or offer an acceptable alternative.

Claims for damaged plants will not be accepted if the courier has obtained a clean signature for delivery and there is no mention of damage on the delivery note. Signing of the delivery note as unchecked or similar wording does not waive your obligation to notify us of any damage as detailed above.

If you have any cause for concern after delivery or become aware of any issues such as damaged or defective plants, please call us immediately for advice and let us know. It helps us to identify the problem if you can send us a photograph. Once we have this information and if we agree that the goods supplied were damaged or faulty, we will arrange for a replacement (if appropriate) to be sent out to you or refund payment if a suitable replacement is not available.

13.8 Cancellations & Returns Policy

In accordance with the Distance Selling Regulations, customers have the right to cancel their order at any time up to 14 working days after receipt. Further detail can be found at GOV.UK.

For large orders, the plants are collected by our nursery team and quality checked 3 days ahead of delivery.

Customers are provided with their delivery date in advance; cancellations must be made 72 hours before this confirmed date or will be subject to a handling fee of up to £50.00.

A fixed late cancellation fee of £50.00 applies to all large Architectural Plants Own Deliveries.

Small or medium orders are processed by us the following day and must therefore be cancelled by the customer within 12 hours of submitting the order.

Talk to us if you wish to cancel your order before the plants have been dispatched, or you can send us a message here.

If you cancel your order after goods have been despatched you will still be liable for the delivery charge which may be deducted from your refund.

If you wish to cancel your order once you have received the goods you will have 7 working days from the day after the date of delivery of the goods to give us a notice of cancellation. Call us to talk about your concerns but notification must also be sent in a durable form either by sending an email to orders@architecturalplants.com or in writing to:

Architectural Plants Ltd
Stane Street
North Heath
West Sussex
RH20 1 DJ

You are responsible for ensuring the goods remain undamaged and kept in good condition whilst they are in your possession, including providing adequate watering, sunlight if required and protection from the elements depending on the species and time of year. Once we have confirmed cancellation of your order, you should send the goods back to us. In the event of orders cancelled after delivery, the buyer will bear the cost of returning the goods. We will issue a full refund of any monies paid or exchange or credit if applicable upon receipt of the goods in an undamaged condition.

13.9 Rejection / Returning Goods

If the goods delivered are not what you ordered or do not correspond fully with the relevant item description please let us know immediately and call us on 01798 879213 or contact us here.

If the goods are damaged on delivery, you can return them. As stated above, damage should be reported to us within 7 days of delivery. We will require photographic evidence of the damage to the item you wish to return. If applicable we will collect the damaged item(s) from you and give you a full refund once the goods have been delivered back to us and have been inspected.

14. Licence and Copyright

The copyright and other intellectual property rights in all material on the Architectural Plants website including but not limited to graphic images and photographs are owned by us or our suppliers. Unless you have our prior written permission, no part of this website may be reproduced in any other website, stored or included in any public or private electronic retrieval system.

Private individuals are permitted to print and/or download extracts from the Architectural Plants website for personal private use only as long as:

(a) documents or related graphics on the Architectural Plants website are not modified in any way

(b) graphics on the Architectural Plants website are used only with accompanying text and not separately

Any rights not expressly granted in these terms are reserved.

If you breach any of these terms you will automatically forfeit your permission to use this website and you must destroy any extracts you have downloaded or printed from the Architectural Plants website immediately.

14.1 Service Access

Although we do our best to make sure that the Architectural Plants website is normally available 24 hours a day, we will not be liable if this website is unavailable for any period at any time for any reason. Please note that access to this website may be suspended for a while without notice for maintenance or repair and in the event of system failure or any other reasons beyond our control.

14.2 Additional Terms and Conditions

Our online plant information and suggestions as to suitability of any particular plant type or species for any purpose or location are general indications only. It is the buyers responsibility to check that the intended location and prevailing weather conditions are suitable for a particular plant before placing an order. So please call us for a consultation with our horticultural specialists to discuss the suitability of our plants for your garden or other particular situation.

Keep in mind: We also have a Garden Design & Planting Team. If your purchase is part of larger plans and you think you might want to use our team contact us before completing your order for a quote. If you have already placed an order for plants and think you require these services make sure you contact us before delivery is booked to avoid extra costs and delays.

All products are sold for domestic use only. Products purchased by companies or individuals for the purposes of trade or resale will have no warranty.

Any warranty offered or implied is valid for products within the United Kingdom.

You may not assign, sub-licence or otherwise transfer any of your rights under these terms and conditions.

If you have any questions pertaining to the content of these terms and conditions, please send us a message here.


 15.1 The hiree understands that:

  • a) All hired items will be inspected prior to dispatch by Architectural Plants. Any issues will be communicated to the hiree.
  • b) Any issues with any plants/pots found by the hiree need to be communicated to us in writing with supporting photographic evidence upon receipt of the items.
  • c) Full payment is required once agreed for the hire.
  • d) A further pre-authorised payment will be taken as a deposit.
  • e) Upon the items returning to Architectural Plants, our dispatch team will inspect the items and will communicate in writing with supporting evidence of any issues found and considered to breach the terms and agreement of hire.
  • f) Whilst the items are in the hirees’ care, plant maintenance such as watering will be required. Care must also be taken when transporting, moving and placing any items that have been hired.
  • g) If there are any damages then the hiree will lose some or all of their deposit.


All patents, copyright and related rights, trademarks and other forms of intellectual property arising out of or in connection with the Works or the Contract shall, unless otherwise agreed in writing between Architectural Plants and the Client, at all times be owned by and remain the property of Architectural Plants.


The Contract constitutes the entire agreement between the Client and Architectural Plants. The Client acknowledges that it has not relied on any statement, promise or representation made or given by or on behalf of Architectural Plants which is not set out in the Contract.


No person who is not a party to this agreement has any right under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 to enforce any term of the Contract.


If any court or competent authority decides that any of the provisions of the Contract are invalid, unlawful or unenforceable to any extent, the term will, to that extent only, be severed from the remaining terms, which will continue to be valid to the fullest extent permitted by law.


The Contract and any non-contractual obligations arising under or in connection with it are governed by and construed in accordance with laws of England. Both the Client and Architectural Plants hereby submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.