Wynne-Williams Associates, established Essex based Landscape Architects, offer creative landscape architecture backed by efficient project delivery.

Winners of the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) award for best Community and Schools development. See Awards.

The majority of our work is repeat business from clients who trust us to keep delivering imaginative landscape designs, on time and to budget. See Projects.

We work as lead landscape designers or as part of a design team for a range of clients including:
• Developers and constructors
• Schools and Colleges
• Commercial organisations
• Housing associations
• Local authorities and central government agencies
• Care providers and hospital trusts
• Wildlife and conservation organisations
• Community groups
• Private householders

Wynne Williams-Associates has built strong relationships with firms of architects, surveyors, engineers and planning consultants and works in multi-disciplinary teams with them on many of its larger projects.

The practice is fully CAD-conversant, using Vectorworks, Revit, AutoCAD, Sketch-up and Photoshop. We are ISO 19650 (formerly BIM Level 2) compliant with BIM (Building Information Modelling) standards as required for Government procured projects. This enables advanced virtual modelling of entire sites in conjunction with other members of the development team such as architects and structural engineers.

We hold ISO 9001 Quality Certification and ISO 14001 Environmental Management Certification. We are ConstructionLine registered and hold SSIP Certification.
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The company has wide experience of taking projects through all stages: from preparing feasibility reports and site analysis, master planning and producing initial design concepts, through to achieving planning consent and preparing detailed design to get projects built. A feature of many projects is working with the client to identify clear objectives and to turn these into practical landscape schemes. See Values for more on the way we work.