“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.
Our architects, landscape architects and lighting designers collaborated as one to design and redevelop a previously unused area into a beautiful and tranquil new public space for people to visit and use.
The film documents the design process and the ideas behind this exciting project.
Our architects, landscape architects, lighting and sustainability consultants designed the pavilion as part of a team led by Nottingham-based artist Wolfgang Buttress and including contractor Stage One and structural engineer Tristan Simmonds.
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.
Our plans for the regeneration of York’s historic Castle Gateway area have taken a major step forwards, following the City of York Council’s decisions to grant full planning consent for two landmark projects.
The new Clatterbridge Cancer Centre in Liverpool is transforming the lives of people in the city and improving the standards of cancer care in the UK, whilst continuing to win accolades for its design and construction.
The Crown Estate and Westminster City Council have unveiled plans to transform London’s iconic Regent Street.
Landscape architect Kath MacTaggart explains the value of learning outdoors.
Peabody, one of the largest registered providers in London and the South East of England, has appointed BDP to its Primary Consultancy Framework.
As the importance of integrating social value into design increases Beth Bourrelly explores its effects on social cohesion, wellbeing and happiness.
Mehron Kirk and Fiona Sibley encourage us to go outside again as green and blue spaces play a vital role in our towns and cities, and are fundamental to the wellbeing agenda.