Visualisation, Consultation and Project Management Services

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Project Management

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3D Visualisation

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Public Consultation

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Project Management

Larger development projects, with extended planning or delivery programmes, often require project management as part of a multi-disciplinary approach. Clients will often appoint us to this role as an extension to our landscape consultancy to ensure a fully integrated approach is achieved. We are currently working as project managers for clients in Hampshire and West Yorkshire to ensure that the ongoing design and implementation are kept on budget and to schedule. We recently worked with architects, drainage engineers, ecologists, archaeologists and sustainability experts to secure a planning permission for an innovative farm diversification project in Hampshire and continue to project manage the scheme as it moves forward toward implementation. The current planning system requires that all planning applications are front-loaded, with all the specialist assessments integrated to create a holistic design approach. This process has to be managed, with all consultants' work collated and incorporated into the final suite of drawings and specifications. We have a proven track record of project management, delivering planned objectives on time and budget.

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3D Visualisation

Urban Wilderness produce a variety of high quality visuals tailored to meet the needs of your project. Visuals are often needed in order to help members of the public, stakeholders, planners or statutory consultees more fully-understand the design proposals and their context. Graphics can be produced as either photo-realistic images or 3D sketches. For Photo-realistic imagery the quality of the original photography is crucial and a thorough understanding of site and its constraints, such as lighting, aspect and visibility are fundamental to the visual presentation. Photo-realistic imagery can be employed, particularly on more sensitive sites, where more precise, proportioned visuals are necessary to illustrate design interventions. 3D sketches are typically produced via the creation of a 3D computer model, which is then augmented with either hand drawn or computer linework and rendered to create images that convey the character, design intent, materials palette and structure of spaces. These images are often used for site promotion, Design and Access Statements or Public Consultation purposes. The quality and accuracy of these visualisations can often be a determining factor for planning applications. We provide our clients with the appropriate level of presentation information to help them communicate the design, help stakeholders visualise the proposals and ultimately provide reassurance that the proposals work.

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Public Consultation

Urban Wilderness offer a range of consultation techniques / services from the design and production of exhibition boards, leaflets, and newspaper articles to the production of dedicated consultation websites. Recent consultation websites include a site for 125 homes in Southbourne, West Sussex (http://inglefield-southbourne.info), and a large mixed use urban extension to the south of Fareham (http://www.newlandsfareham.com). Both websites were produced on behalf of Hallam Land Management Ltd. Online comments forms provide the public with the ability to register their opinions and thoughts which in turn are conveyed to our clients via regular reporting. High quality exhibition boards and leaflets can be produced in a variety of sizes and formats to suit our clients needs. Our team are also available to man exhibitions in order to answer queries and to help ensure that consultation events run smoothly.

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“It’s been great to work with Urban Wilderness on the redevelopment of our grounds here at Mencap and Gateway, Sheffield. Their charitable work to help us improve our environment on a pro bono basis has helped us to visualise how the centre might change and improve into the future. We are now looking forward to working with them to help get the funds and detailed designs in place to make our ideas a reality!” Janet Sullivan, - Chief Executive, Mencap and Gateway, Sheffield (2018)

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