Projects

From our studios in Leeds and Sheffield we work on projects across the residential, university, education, commercial and tourism sectors.

Across our diverse mix of projects, we always strive to add value to our clients and enrich the built environment. Promoting, restoring, regenerating and pioneering through landscape. We bring creative thinking and our unique brand of design to each and every project. We collaborate and consult, we listen and we adapt to ensure we continue to improve and succeed.

Projects range from large strategic infrastructure and mixed use developments down to individual play spaces or garden designs.

Reception and Environment Centre

An important landmark project for Nottingham Trent's Brackenhurst campus, providing cutting edge research and teaching f…

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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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Wirksworth Meadows

Community park design on the edge of the Peak District

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Longshaw Estate

Spatial Plan for the landscape at the Longshaw Estate, Peak District National Park

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Hunters Bar Primary School

Helping to mitigate the effects of pollution at Hunters Bar Primary School, Sheffield

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Green Barrier Guide

Off the back of the award winning success of the Hunters Bar School, where Urban Wilderness designed a 200ft long living…

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Canterbury

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

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Portswood Road

This urban realm scheme integrates six student accommodation blocks together via a series of courtyard spaces. Like all…

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Meanwood Valley Strategy and Climate Resilience Plan

River Valley Strategy and Biodiversity & Climate Resilience Plan for North Leeds

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Stanbrook Abbey

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

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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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