The primary project aim was to develop a fully integrated masterplan for the restoration, renewal and improvement of the House, gardens and park, restoring and interpreting historic links and features while meeting the diverse needs and perspectives through a joined-up strategy for the overall site.

The project aimed to reveal, conserve and unify Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park as a single design, celebrate the exceptional legacy of Sir John Soane, re-open lost views, develop learning and training opportunities, build community engagement and improve facilities and interpretation of the heritage asset to serve the needs of a diverse C21 London community.

J and L Gibbons acted as lead consultant, landscape architect, advisors in the establishment of a private/public trust to manage the public space, designers of temporary propositions and lead consultant in community engagement and broader project promotion and communication including walks, talks, activities and collaborations, especially with regard to the veteran tree strategy and artifact restoration.

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