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Our landscape planning aims to protect the continuity and integrity of the countryside when building plans are implemented.

We take extra care to mitigate the effect development may have on the landscape by using a range of techniques. In the countryside the built environment must blend with its surroundings so as not to detract from the landscape.

Landscape buffers, such as trees and shrubbery, can help to soften the appearance of developments, whilst sympathetic design can unify the new with the existing.

In addition to paying close attention to the aesthetic qualities of the built environment, we draw on our understanding of complex ecological and environmental matters, to ensure the landscape element of a planning solution is sustainable.

Natural and Manmade

Landscape architecture can transform little used and unattractive areas into popular, practical and eco-friendly spaces that are designed to last. This is achieved by a sensitive consideration of the needs of the people, places and environment affected.

In urban environments, allowing for shared outdoor spaces is of paramount importance. Enjoyable, multifunctional public spaces are the hallmark of all the world’s major cities. Our planning solutions seek to create urban landscapes which are beautiful, maintainable, and encourage biodiversity.