We offer  a range of specialist services and advice on future and historic landscapes, parks and gardens.

We design creative solutions to conserve and enhance  rural and urban landscapes. We help to realise the potential of the landscape - developing economically and environmentally sustainable futures for rural and urban landscapes, with the people who live and work in them.

We take a multi-disciplinary approach in terms of our knowledge and understanding of wider environmental issues including biodiversity, ecology, geology, cultural heritage and sustainability.


We help clients to develop and manage projects and to secure funding from a range of sources, such as Natural England and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

As a chartered Landscape Architect, a professional member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management and  building conservation specialist Phil Collins leads our multidisciplinary approach to landscape projects.

Facilitating collaboration, capacity building, project development and funding

  • community consultation and capacity building

  • development of HLF funded projects including Landscape Partnerships

  • funding applications 

Landscape and seascape characterisation

  • survey and assessment of landscape and seascape character

  • develop guidance that  helps to conserve and enhance existing character and  sense of place

  • help develop and secure funding for projects that help to conserve and enhance existing character and  sense of place

  • develop projects that engage communities in understanding and supporting landscape character

Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment

LVIAs are often required as part of the statutory planning process to set out and explain the effects of a development on the character of existing landscapes or townscapes and the impacts of  such changes on visual amenity.

We carryout:

  • LVIAS as part of EIAs or as standalone reports

  • baseline desk studies and site surveys

  • impact assessments

  • the design of mitigating measures

Landscape planning

We provide a sensitive and multi-disciplinary approach to  development in existing landscapes and urban areas. 

  • multidisciplinary appraisal of the project environment

  • master planning

  • the development of design guides and codes

  • landscape management plans

  • design and access statements and management plans 

Green infrastructure

Green Infrastructure (GI) consists of existing and proposed networks of multi functional open spaces and other environmental features.

Our services include the:

  • assessment of existing environmental features

  • design of green infrastructure networks and multi-functional open spaces

  • provision of management and enhancement plans


Landscape Design,  conservation and enhancement

We design imaginative, attractive and sustainable landscape solutions on behalf of private clients, communities, charities, public bodies and developers.

  • understanding the context - landscape, biodiversity, historic environment, spirit of place

  • design of high quality, sustainable solutions

  • specification

  • construction contract support and implementation

Expert witness and Public Inquiry Services

We provide appeal representations and act as an expert witness.