Projects range from a new city quarter for London to a survey of Irish gardens

New case studies added to website

A number of new case studies, showcasing some of  the  best and most interesting work by landscape professionals, have been added to the LI's  case studies library. With a wide geographic spread and work that ranges from new town squares to motorway extensions, they give a good indication of the range of work that landscape professionals are undertaking.

They include the following: 

Kings Heath Village Green by Parkwood Consultancy Services (formerly trading as Roger Griffiths Associates), a new square near Birmingham City Centre, designed to enhance spiritual welfare and healthy living.

Rugby Green Infrastructure Strategy

Green Infrastructure Strategy report for Rugby Sustainable Urban Extension, by  Parkwood Consultancy Services,  a key supplementary document for the outline planning application  

LHC's regeneration plan for Plymouth's West End

A long-term vision for the regeneration of Plymouth’s West End by LHC

Motherwell town centre by NLC Environmental Services

Designing and supervising the implementation of environmental improvements in Motherwell Town Centre by NLC Environmental Services

Saint George's Square, Luton

Saint George's Square, a new public square in Luton by Gillespies


Darlington town centre

Design and implementation of an £8 million public realm scheme for Darlington town centre, by Gillespies

Richards, Moorehead & Laing was landscape and ecology manager for the A55 extension

Managing the extension of the A55 from Bangor to Holyhead for UK HIghways, by Richards, Moorehead & Laing

One of the Irish historic gardens that RML surveyed

A survey and inventory of historic gardens and designed landscapes across the Republic of Ireland by RML

Paddington Basin, a new quarter in central London, was masterplanned by Gillespies

The masterplan for the redevelopment of Paddington Basin in London, by Gillespies.

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