A proposed 80 house scheme near Wrexham. We identified former parkland on the site which was part of the grounds of a long demolished home of a famous architect. Reviewing historic mapping we established a development boundary that reflects the site's history and re-establishes part of the parkland, preserving and enhancing original landscape features. We also provided a Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) of the subsequent scheme for the planning application.
We have developed a detailed landscape scheme for a series of luxury barn conversions on a Victorian Model Farm. Comprising a Grade II listed model farm, we designed a series of private spaces, utilising reclaimed materials, softened by planting. The design also maintains the farm's open character and heritage.
Lingard Farrow Styles undertook a Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) and created a landscape mitigation plan for a planning application for a proposed development of 40 homes near Builth Wells, Powys.
A scheme for 30 homes on the site of a former creamery.
Lingard Styles provided a tree survey and assessment, a landscape assessment, and landscape design to allow the brownfield scheme to progress through the planning system while adding value to the development.
The design responded to site conditions including its riverside location which led to the create a wildlife area, enhancing the site's biodiversity.
A redevelopment of a Victorian villa combined with new luxury housing within a Conservation Area.
Lingard Styles assisted the scheme's progression through planning with a landscape scheme and planting plan befitting the site's heritage, specialist tree advice, a soil resource report and landscape aftercare strategy.
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We have created landscape designs including a planting plan and undertaken tree surveys for a number of new high-quality housing units in the grounds of a Grade II listed house on the outskirts of Birmingham. Set within a mature residential garden and paddock the proposed housing will be integrated into its setting by planting design that reflects the site's historic character.