Our landscape architecture team has won Landscape Architecture/Design Practice of the Year, at the inaugural Horticulture Week Business Awards which recognise a practice’s excellence in customer satisfaction, quality of work, business development, staff motivation and project management for achieving commercial success.
A ceremony was held on 28 June in London which celebrated a range of businesses, including landscape construction, plant production, garden retail and arboriculture.
The judges' citation reads: “BDP has built up a successful portfolio of projects on a local, national and international scale with a 58-strong team of landscape professionals operating from offices in the UK, the Netherlands and India."
Our strong track record of winning repeat work with existing clients was also recognised including working with Grosvenor since 2007 on a masterplan vision and multiple public realm improvement schemes in Mayfair and Belgravia and London Borough of Lewisham since 2005 on the creation of a comprehensive network of parks and open spaces.
Lewisham’s project manager for regeneration Alison Taylor said our team is “creative, responsive and collaborative ... their communication is excellent with clients, contractors and other consultants and their commitment to deliver high-quality open spaces that work for the community is unswerving.”
Our urbanism team was also successful at the recent Planning Awards where Maldon District Design Guide won the award for design excellence. We were appointed by the council to produce the bespoke guide outlining principles of delivering high quality design for a ten year development project ensuring that the distinct character of the area's towns and villages is maintained and enhanced.