My girlfriend has mobility issues so I really need to sort out the back of the house so she can get to the garden in her mobility scooter. All I'm trying to do is build a ramp, really, as the ground drops about 30 inches over the 15 feet I'm trying to sort out. The plan is to remove the area between the drive, top left, the cabin, right, and the area of lawn. I'm thinking of building a small wall up against the hedge that would go from the top, just to the left of the green water butt, and then drop down in stages to where the front of the cabin is. Then a six foot wide slope of concrete as the ramp with a small wall this side of the ramp just to keep it looking even. The nearest wall would have a gap at the top to access a set of semi circular steps that would run between the wall of the house and the new wall of the ramp and would drop down to the lawn. There would also be a gap at the bottom of the nearest wall, in front of the cabin, to allow access to the garden. I found a picture online of how the steps might look, which I think looks really smart. The reason I'm thinking of having the ramp six feet (ish) wide is with a view to getting a machine into the garden if I ever need to and also a car could get to the back of the house should anyone ever want to tinker in a workshop/cabin in the future. I've had a quote of almost £3000 for a landscaper to do the job, but before I go ahead, I thought it might be worth just asking for thoughts on the project.