Projects

Bold, Imaginative, Responsive

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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South Loughborough

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

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Hill Top Lane

Situated in the hills over the Crimple Valley, west of Harrogate, and lying within a Special Landscape Area, this Paragr…

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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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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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“Urban Wilderness was integral to the success of the three major planning applications at Keele University. It was a pleasure to work with them – Nathan and Chris showed understanding of the built and natural landscape combined with commercial nous throughout. We haven’t hesitated in recommending their services since.” Matthew Hard, - Associate, Indigo Planning (2018)

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