Working with nature; schools designed for health, well-being & the environment
September has been a busy month with new faces joining and promotions across the practice
Work is progressing on the first of the Public Realm projects we’ve designed for Harlow Council
Our scheme for new parkland and open spaces at Middleton Throstle in Leeds received planning approval earlier this month
After a long, challenging design competition process, we are extremely pleased to have been successful with our design.
On Friday we went to Liverpool to check on progress at The Spine, the project is nearing completion with both the building and public realm due to be handed over in May.
Our landscape design proposals for the UK Atomic Energy Agency (UKAEA) Head Quarters at Culham Science Centre in Oxfordshire have now been submitted for planning Approval.
Our Cheltenham office has relocated to within the town centre, and we can now be found at the rather splendid Formal House.
A 700 bed student residential scheme for the University of Nottingham has recently been granted planning permission.
We are recruiting at all levels due to a substantial increase in workload.
We are proud to be an early signatory to this initiative, part of a wider commitment from the construction industry as a whole.
Having recently grown our teams in London and Cheltenham, we are once again looking to add to our Sheffield design studio.
We are very excited about the fact that from Monday 7th October, we can be found at our new London address in The Pill Box building in Bethnal Green.
An amazing 40 new alder and oak trees have been planted along with wildflower turf, new lush planting and retrofitted rainwater swales as part as the re imagining of Colvend Street in Glasgow.
We are pleased to have won a RIBA Regional Award for our Heart for Hathersage project, a scheme which has been a labour of love having first come accross our drawing boards back in 2011.