Projects

Bold, Imaginative, Responsive

Canterbury

An ambitious landscape-led student accommodation scheme which aims to achieve a 46% site-wide biodiversity net gain.

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Bloom! St. Helen’s Moorish Stitch

Urban Wilderness were commissioned to work with McArthurGlen to develop a new, temporary garden for the Bloom! Festival…

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Stanbrook Abbey, Wass, North York Moors National Park

Working for the Benedictine community of 28 nuns who had moved north from Worcestershire, Urban Wilderness produced land…

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Dormouse Garden

This garden created for Chester Zoo’s Wild Worlds Festival (summer 2018), seeks to reveal the often hidden conserv…

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Avenham and Miller Parks

Working closely with Preston City Council Landscape department, we helped deliver an outstanding restored park in the he…

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Railway Reclamation Park, Doncaster

A Full Planning Application for a landscape-led scheme within a section of the former Dearne Valley Railway cutting.

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Wirksworth Memorial Garden and Market Square

The design intended to create a multi-functional landscape that could be used as a market space and memorial garden for…

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Lisbon University

Working in collaboration with Munro+Whitten, Urban Wilderness won the delegates choice award for the Lisbon University D…

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South Loughborough

South Loughborough comprises of a 49 hectare site which has been carefully designed to positively address potential issu…

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Goldsmith Gateway

Public realm project for a site straddling Goldsmith Street in Nottingham city centre which forms a key entrance/arrival…

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“Having worked with Nathan and the Urban Wilderness team since their inception on a range of public and private sector projects, I am continually impressed with not only the quality of their technical work and the professionalism of their team, but also the manner and approaches taken to all matters, including community and stakeholder engagement. Their staff are always open to discussions and available to offer advice. Through their understanding, not only of their own discipline but also those of their co-professionals, working with the Urban Wilderness team provides a collaborative, and seamless approach which is both efficient and refreshing. They have set themselves very high standards indeed..” Dean Ward, - Associate, WSP (2018)

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