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Creative landscape design

Landscape design forms part of our unique offer. This discipline reinforces our architectural services and provides our clients with a package that is hard to match. Good landscape design not only boosts the value of a site but also helps satisfy the ‘context critical’ requirements for planning submissions. The logistical and economic benefits of having both architectural and landscape designers collaborating under one roof are numerous. The conversation and exchange of information are constant and consistent, facilitating more cohesive design development.

‘We recognise that external spaces are just as important as the internal spaces we design. We believe landscape input from the outset of a new project results in more successful, fully rounded and considered schemes’

Nikoletta Dudas | Landscape Assistant

Key benefits

  Effective landscape design boosts the value of the site and improves the overall consumer experience

  Early adoption of landscape principles helps inform and enhance the architecture of the proposed design

  Fully considered proposals have a better chance of gaining planning approval and ultimately being built

  Our in-house landscape facility saves time and streamlines the design development process

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3 days ago
We have submitted plans for a new 1,800 sq.ft @BurgerKing drive-through unit and reconfiguration of the surrounding car park at the popular Centrepoint Retail Park in #Aberdeen.
6 days ago
We’re delighted to report that our latest #laterliving project with @InspiredLifeUK - Sonning Common Retirement Community in South Oxfordshire - has achieved planning approval! #SonningCommon #Architecture #Landscape
2 weeks ago
Our next @InspiredLifeUK #retirement community project has also recently broken ground at #ChandlersFord in #Hampshire. Earth works are underway and we've also taken steps to ensure the safe protection of trees and local wildlife during #construction