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Landscape Architecture services

We know that the quality of a place is implicitly linked to its success and the success of the community around it. We know that places can - and should - enrich the lives of the people who use them.

Therefore, our design process is initiated and continually guided by active and creative engagement with our community. We pride ourselves on our ability to encourage participation, absorb debate and translate it into successful and relevant spaces. Find out more about our community consultation services.

Our approach has always been underpinned by a commitment to sustainable design. As sustainability becomes embedded in the natural and built environment sector, our depth and breadth of knowledge enables us to lead in this area.

We provide a complete range of landscape design services from inception through to detailed design and implementation:

  • Public & urban
  • Heritage & gardens
  • Health and education
  • Residential
  • Masterplanning & feasibility
  • Corporate and commercial
  • Leisure and tourism
  • SuDS (sustainable drainage systems)

In addition to this, and unique to Groundwork, we can call on our wider team of community, education and youth officers to provide a wholly-integrated and enriched scheme. For example, we can secure project funding or look beyond project completion by securing long-term landscape maintenance.

Consultation, design and build of a concrete skate park at Norton Common

Consultation, design and implementation of a planting scheme at Howard Park & Gardens

Consultation, design and implementation of a multifunctional learning space at Cranbourne Primary School

Consultation, design, planning and contract management of regeneration work at Otley Way housing scheme

An access and green space vision plan and feasibility study for Sundon and Streatley Chiltern Arc

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Groundwork East is a Landscape Institute Registered Practice. You can meet the team and find their contact details on the Contact a Department page.

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