New Road, Brighton

Brighton and Hove is moving towards a more pedestrian-friendly approach in the public realm, This project grew from the aspiration of politicians and theatre directors to maximise New Road’s potential as a cultural quarter. Landscape Projects worked with Brighton and Hove City Council on the development of a Legibility Strategy, examining the pedestrian and visitor experience of the borough, and, in collaboration with Gehl Architects from Copenhagen, made recommendations for transformations to the public realm.   New Road sits at … Read full story

Milton Keynes Green Infrastructure Plan

The Landscape Partnership was responsible for the development of a Green Infrastructure Plan for Milton Keynes, and in particular the rural areas of the authority. The aim of the plan was to provide the framework for the development of a strategic network of open spaces and access links for existing and future residents of Milton Keynes. The Plan identifies existing assets to be retained and enhanced, as well as future projects to address deficits in provision which will enhance access … Read full story

Destination Hayling

Destination Hayling Hayling Island boasts a number of strengths: it offers a base for a variety of water sporting activities with the tag of ‘the original home of windsurfing’, a unique and diverse landscape of such importance it has been listed as a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’, a location within just two hours drive of London offering a great opportunity for a weekend break and a friendly and tight knit community that are extremely proud of their town. However … Read full story

Medmerry site visit and talk by RSPB

Article posted on 18 October 2013 We have aranged to visit the Medmerry managed realignment scheme currently being completed by the Environment Agency. The RSPB will be discussing the design / management of the site and relating the habitat creation to the nearby Pagham Harbour Reserve. More details to follow… … Read full story