“We create attractive and accessible external spaces — vital in the creation of successful communities.” Nick Edwards, chair of landscape
Whether urban or rural, the external environment helps to shape and define the places we live, work and spend our leisure time in. Our landscape architects are engaged with projects across the UK and overseas, protecting and enhancing the natural landscape or working with clients and communities to create ‘smart’ green masterplans, imaginative urban spaces, lively parks and attractive settings for new development. Our aspiration is to create landscapes which balance the needs of people with those of the wider environment
We are experienced designers in many sectors of the built environment, helping to create new landscapes for education, healthcare, retail, and workplace development, as well as enhancing the public realm in many of our urban centres. Our work starts by engaging with people, then retains them at the centre of the design process.
A showcase for the best in UK offsite manufacturing and construction techniques - a collaboration between landscape and art that aims to highlight the decline of the world’s bee population.
We have upgraded the streetscape in terms of composition, surfacing materials and furniture elements.
Brown Hart Gardens is an elevated public square over a listed substation immediately adjacent to Oxford Street.
The building rises out of the park on approach with an undulating profile, making it instantly recognisable and a striking and iconic gateway to Liverpool.
The area has been transformed into a key civic space with the flexibility and capacity to accommodate a variety of outdoor events, attracting a wide range of contrasting visitors throughout the day and evening.
A central hub of labs will form the focal point for the centre, which will encourage collaborative working across the organisation and provide easy access for the wider scientific community through an open design and campus environment.
Design proposals for the regeneration of the Avon River Precinct in earthquake damaged central Christchurch
A scenic link between the heart of the city and the waterfront.
BDP has been appointed by The Super Slow Way to design and develop the vision for a linear park in East Lancashire - an exciting, pioneering programme of change for a 23-mile section of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal.
BDP’s sensitive refurbishment of Lancaster Castle has been awarded a prestigious national prize by the Civic Trust.
There is much discussion around the benefits of green infrastructure and how it can stimulate a holistic approach to sustainable design.
We are celebrating the completion of the new Heatherwood hospital in Ascot - a world-class facility which will offer planned, non-emergency care to patients in Berkshire and beyond.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has today laid the foundation stone for the new Noida International Airport (NIA) in Jewar, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh.
Climate breakdown and increasing urbanisation both contribute to flood risk. As global cities like London face increasingly extreme weather conditions, whilst also developing more land with roads and buildings, water needs a place to go.
Our innovative outdoor seating and public realm concepts have been incorporated into a visionary new report into the creation of safer outdoor spaces as Ireland enters the next stage of its Covid-recovery plans.
Our landscape architecture team is supporting Westminster, MCJV and the wider consultant team to make the ‘nation’s high street’ greener, safer and cleaner as we emerge from the pandemic.