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.

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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Central House

Urban Wilderness were commissioned by CEG to provide landscape design services associated with a new office refurbishmen…

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Calderdale Hospital

Landscape Strategy for Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation

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Our City Green

Our City Green is a proposed festival committed to improving people’s health and wellbeing through connection to, and…

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Rock Ferry, Assisted Living and Extra Care

Site-wide landscape strategy and detailed design of courtyard for a 100 bed Extra Care scheme

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Black Brook Biodiversity Strategy

In response to local policy requirement, Urban Wilderness was commissioned to create a biodiversity strategy to ensur…

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Broomhill Library

Historic garden restoration and extension for local community library.

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Vista, Care Centre

Centre for excellence for visually impaired or blind residents.

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Ellis Grove, Care Home

Communal courtyard and landscape setting for an Extra Care scheme

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Reviving Mines, Paradise Reimagined

Urban Wilderness participated in the “Shandong Mines Park” Reviving Mines Competition,  organised by Non Architectu…

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“Urban Wilderness are thoughtful, engaging and creative masterplanners who understand the balance required for commercial viability and effective place-making” Ruth McKeown, - Director, Hallam Land Management Ltd (2018)


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