Landscape Architecture . Environmental Planning . Tree Surveying
Pensaerniaeth Tirwedd . Cynllunio Amgylcheddol . Arolygu Coed
Ashvale Community Open Space, Tredegar
Client: Tai Calon
Landscape architects responsible for the design, planning application, and contract
running for a 30 space car park, kick-
Cwmbach, Ystrad and Wattstown Social Housing, Rhondda Cynon Taff
Client: RCT Homes
Landscape architects responsible for the planning application and design to tender stage for three social housing areas at:
Gellideg Foundation and Merthyr Valley Homes, Gellideg, Merthyr Tydfil
Client: Sweett Group
Landscape architects responsible for landscape design and tender documents for two adjacent buildings to accommodate a new office for Merthy Valley Homes and community centre for the Gellideg Foundation.
Working as part of a multi-
Wentlooge Levels, Wales Coast Path Gateway
Client: Newport City Council
Landscape architects for feasibility of six candidate sites to create a new gateway
onto the Wales Coast Path at the Gwent Levels. Including sketch design work for the
preferred site, incorporating bespoke interpretation shelter, low-
Blaenavon World Heritage Site
Client: partnership of local authorities and Cadw
Landscape architects for feasibility of long distance walking routes to enable visitors to explore the key features of the World Heritage Site avoiding areas of ecological sensitivity. Follow on design work and contract running for enhancement at Rifle Green Car Park to create a welcoming visitor gateway.
Gateways to the Neath Canal at Ynysbwllog and Cyd Terrace
Client: Neath Port Talbot CBC
Landscape architects for design and contract running at two separate sites, both are key access points onto the Neath Canal towpath. The projects provided new parking, linking paths, boardwalk, bridges across overflow streams, sheltered picnic areas, and bespoke gateway signage and seating incorporating quotes from Alexander Cordells book of the canal.
Gelligaer Roman Fort
Client: Caerphilly County Borough Council
Landscape architects for a community led design working with tourism and graphic consultants. Work included design and contract running for feature fencing, interpretation and seating area adjacent to and within a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
Cross Hands and Ammanford
Client: Carmarthenshire County Council
Landscape architects for design and contract running of five gateway sites. Working with an environmental artist to provide a setting for sculptures that interpret a story from the Mabinogion. Walls used sandstone, limestone and slate to reflect the underlying geology of the South Wales coalfield. Oak uprights were designed to incorporate artwork from local schools and mark the entrance to a Sustrans cycle route at Cross Hands.
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