We are landscape architects. We enjoy working with others to make the world a better place. We create new places that are responsive to the parent landscape. We construct landscape narrative as a means to understand the context of development and to establish coherent underlying design principles. We dig deep. Our clients invest in landscape change. We help them achieve their aspirations. Our approach is creative and collaborative. We make proposals that are viable, attract support and get built. Camlins was established in 1980 and is recognised for work in landscape design and urban regeneration throughout the UK.
Our aim is to develop sustainable and unique places based on a people-led design solutions that are achieved using a collaborative approach to design, working closely with the client, the local community and interest groups.
East is an award winning architecture, landscape and urban design practice established in London since 1995. Recent landscape and public realm projects include award-winning projects for Bemondsey Square public realm, Wood Street in Walthamstow and Frampton Park. We understand that most spaces are both ordinary and special and therefore can tune our proposals accordingly to suit budges and briefs. Examples of this approach are a programme of improvements to Rainham Village and Leyton High Road; a suite of high street, landscape, signage and shop front improvements.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
FCBStudios have extensive experience of creating new communities through masterplanning and designing residential schemes. The Stirling Prize-winning Accordia is widely regarded as setting new standards for UK housing. Our homes are responsive to different patterns of living and provide intimacy, privacy and security whilst forging a sense of community.
Land Use Consultants
Our landscape design approach is based on a thorough understanding of each site and its context and then producing thoughtful design responses of exceptional quality. Our landscape planners are experts in assessing the landscape and preparing evidence, feasibility studies and strategies for both public and private sector clients.
LDA Design is founded in landscape architecture and our team has unrivalled expertise. We advocate First Life principles, starting by understanding the People who will use a place, then designing the Spaces they will occupy and share, and only then designing the Buildings. The approach repeatedly creates highly successful places.
Macgregor Smith is an award-winning practice based Bath, specialising in landscape architecture, urban design, and EIA/LVIA. Our expertise from conceptual design to installation is well-known both in the UK and overseas. The practice has a strong core of senior designers skilled in strategic thinking and delivery of projects on site.
Project Centre is a registered Landscape Architecture practice specialising in RIBA stages 1-5. We focus on providing hard and soft landscape design services within urban streetscape design, town centre regeneration, parks and commercial development. We are acknowledged industry experts on the planting of urban trees, using green infrastructure to provide enhanced rooting environments. We recognise the future challenges for our cities’ open spaces and streets, having implemented some of London’s first highways retrofitted Sustainable Urban Drainage Schemes.
The Environment Partnership
TEP has a creative and dynamic team of Chartered Landscape Architects, committed to producing distinctive, innovative and sustainable landscape designs. We work closely with related disciplines including architects, engineers, urban designers, planners, ecologists and arborists to produce designs that respond to each setting, are sensitive to the environment and considerate of long-term management.
Our design services include landscape masterplanning, design codes, public realm strategy, and all aspects of hard and soft landscape including planting design, habitat creation, construction detailing, public art coordination, project management, contract administration and undertaking the role of Principal Designer.