WWA are pleased to welcome Imy as the latest member of our team!Read more
WWA are pleased to announce the promotion of Tom Johnson and Bobby Browne to associates of the company. They join Louise Dolan and Alex Hooper as fellow associates. Bobby and Tom have both achieved their MA in Landscape Architecture and chartership whilst working with WWA.Read more
We have recently welcomed Tamae Isomura to our team of Landscape Architects here at WWA!
Tamae gained Chartership from the Landscape Institute this year, and has diverse design skills in BIM. She is also highly experienced from strategy development to implementation.Read more
Assessing how a proposed development could affect the existing landscape setting is an important part of the planning process. But it is not always simple for non-specialists to know how to go about commissioning the right report to accompany their planning application. The terms Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) and Landscape and Visual Appraisal (LVA) are often used interchangeably. This can be confusing for people within the landscape industry and even more perplexing for those outside of the industry needing to commission a study. This article explores the difference between the two types of report and considers when each one might be needed.Read more
Welcoming Spring and emerging from Lockdown. Spring often seems to arrive all-of-a-sudden but this year, as we have been bound to our homes, many of us have impatiently watched every bud emerge and every flower open with excited anticipation. As the prospect of a lifting lockdown coincides with the reawakening of the natural world, it can feel like the lengthening days bring a tentative optimism.Read more
This semester, the WWA staff have been helping to deliver the Landscape Professional Practice module to Landscape Architecture masters students at Writtle University College. We have a long-standing relationship with the college, which has helped train almost half of our staff, so it has been great for Gill Wynne-Williams, Bobby Browne and Alex Hooper to virtually return to share their professional and career experience with the class of 2021.Read more
WWA were the landscape architects for the New Science Teaching Building at UEA which has just won a BIM Show Live Award for innovative design and use of technology. Read more
WWA Remains Fully Operational. Like everyone we have had to make some adjustments for working under the current coronavirus emergency. We are fully set up for home working and virtual meetings, and we are providing our full range of office-based services.
Site Visits: we can do these, subject to site-specific risk assessments.
We wish everyone well and look forward to seeing you all again in person.