Posted: 12/01/2015 at 17:28
Pub? Oh dear. You'll want some thickness between you and that, then.
Compost heap, hedgehog home, insect homes and maybe bird boxes along the back wall. It's a little low for bird boxes but you can put some berberis or pyracantha under it to deter cats and shoot every grey squirrel you see. Also a heap of sticks for the wrens and a patch of nettles for peacock butterflies. Trust me on this: it's great to have a designated place for a heap of small sticks. It save you coming up with anything else to do with all the small sticks.
In front of that, and down both sides of the garden, "architectural" and just dense plants up to 8' high so you get privacy from the pub and from both sides. Buddleia might make a good choice.
Three quarters of the way along, your quiet space in the garden. Grass, bark chippings, gravel or paving, your choice. Seating. Barbecue stand if you're into permanent barbecue facilities.
North of that, between it and the house, the pond. This way round, it gets plenty of sunlight. Have paths both sides of the pond, and pretty plants north of it and along both paths.
Your greenhouse can be conservatory-style against the house or even a conservatory. It's like a greenhouse, but without the air gap where house and greenhouse both lose heat into the wind. Other than that, paving in front of the house, with a little table and a few chairs, at least big enough for a bottle of wine, four glasses and a plate of nibbles.