Projects

Effective, Deliverable, Contextual

Longshaw Estate

Urban Wilderness was commissioned by the National Trust to develop a spatial plan for the landscape at the Longshaw Esta…

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Court Lodge

This legacy project seeks to create a high quality, attractive and sustainable new community to the south of Ashford in…

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Andover

The historic market town of Andover is situated on the River Anton, 18.5 miles west of Basingstoke, 18.5 miles north-wes…

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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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Carnforth Residential Development

Landscape strategy and masterplanning input to achieve high quality, community-centred residential design.

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Shepherd’s Green, Ibstock

We were appointed to produce a masterplan and vision document for this challenging site in Ibstock, Leicestershire.

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Pall Mall

Visibility Impact Assessment (VIA) of a proposed 18 storey mixed use development within the heart of Liverpool. Comprehe…

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Matley Lane, Tameside, Manchester

Helping to deliver new homes as part of the Greater Manchester Housing Review, with an emphasis on establishing vibrant…

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Loes Farm, Warwick

Residential scheme designed around a green infrastructure framework, comprising a number of pocket parks, equipped child…

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Harrowby Lane

Harrowby Lane is a community focused residential design that seeks to focus pedestrian activity within the centre of the…

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“Over 3 years we’ve challenged the team at Urban Wilderness to help us create a culture of great landscaping at our University. Through a combination of insightful strategic work, creative design and close attention to our needs as a client, we are now starting to realise the benefits that considered landscaping schemes can bring to our University. Our campus is getting greener all the time, and our students, staff and local community are very happy with the changes we’ve made. Urban Wilderness have been an excellent guide on that journey so far.” Chris Pryke-Hendy - Nottingham Trent University.

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