Our approach to landscape architecture is to understand client objectives and to create a unique sense of place for today. A sense of place that captures the wider landscape character, it's past, and the essence of the people and communities who will use it now.
Our approach has evolved over the past 30 years and been influenced by benchmark projects of their time such as the GEAR initiative in Glasgow, the award winning Chatelhearult Country Park, the Prince of Wales' Business in the Community Initiative, and The Calderdale Inheritance Project.
Regardless of scale we approach each new project with an awareness of place and a sensitivity towards landscape context before setting out to deliver site specific creative design solutions with attention to detail backed up by proven technical ability.
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The Landscape Institute is the Royal Chartered Institute for Landscape Architects. The following publications provide information and resources specifically for clients:
These documents area available at www.landscapeinstitute.org