We have been working on this project for the new Stevenage Interchange and public realm improvements since 2020. We were appointed as part of the team assembled by Wilmott Dixon to deliver the detailed landscape design and oversee the project on site.Read more
The theme for World Environment Day 2021 is Ecosystem Restoration. This World Environment Day, we focus on Ancient Woodland. We all know that ecosystem destruction is occurring at an alarming rate and scale which means our attention is often focused on globally significant ecosystems such as mountains, coral reefs, peatlands, or rainforests. And rightly so, the need to save these ecosystems is urgent.Read more
Funded by a Parks for People Heritage Lottery Fund grant, our project with Swale Borough Council to transform Faversham Recreation Ground was largely completed before the pandemic began; except for the finishing touch to the Grade II listed Lodge Building, a new weathervane. The original vane was stolen during construction, so local blacksmith Chris Keay worked from photographs to design and make a replica vane.Read more
Reaching out to engage communities during the pandemic is a challenge and our project to create a new community focused play space for Southwark Council at George Row Bermondsey is no exception.Read more
It’s great to see the new Chelmsford Leisure Centre open for public use.
We are pleased to release a drone video of our work at Hunstanton Heritage Gardens. Read more
Olympic medallist and reigning world champion diver, Tom Daley, officially opened Marlborough Sports Garden on Wednesday. Read more
Work has now finished at Marlborough Sports Garden close to London Bridge, Southwark. The multi-sport facility is already in use (see picture above) with a celebrity guest confirmed for a grand opening scheduled for Wednesday 16th May. Read more
Our graduate landscape designer and part-time master’s student, Tom Johnson, recently attended a talk organised by RIBA to discuss the future role of green infrastructure in landscape design. The panel debate, held at the ALUK design studio in London, was part of the ‘Cities’ series which sought to explore solutions to the challenges that cities will face in the near future.
Two of our part time master’s students, Lucy Nicholls and Bobby Browne, have just returned from a study tour to Budapest with Writtle College. The four day tour included visits to the newly designed Lagymanyosi Bay Park, the Arboretum at Szent István University, the historic sites and diverse urban design in the city, and studying the relationship between the River Danube and surrounding city. The trip also provided a good opportunity to sample the famous thermal baths, food and drink of Budapest! Read more