Andrew Kennard - Senior Landscape Architect

Andrew Kennard

Andy is a creator, a communicator and an eternal optimist.

Andy is a Landscape Architect with a particular interest in place-making. Andy believes that well planned, designed and managed landscapes, i.e. green spaces, sit at the foundation of positive neighbourhoods and are fundamental to good place-making. Collaboration with other professionals and the wider public is an important part in realising this ambition.  As a consequence, Andy enjoys the collaborative ethos of Urban Wilderness, in particular our studio design workshops, artist installation landscapes and brainstorming.

Andy graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2015 with a Masters in Landscape Architecture.  Since graduation Andrew has developed a range of experience from site promotion and masterplanning to hard and soft landscape design, Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) and 3D Visualisation.

Andy is a licentiate member of the Landscape Institute and currently undertaking his Pathway to Chartership.

Contact Name

T: 0113 472 0030

Portswood Road

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

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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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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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Greening The City Strategy, Nottingham Trent University

A well designed landscape can foster a feeling of belonging, a recognisable identity, a community focus and a sense of p…

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NTU, Brackenhurst Campus

A ‘Landscape Strategy’ has been developed in order to map and evaluate the quality, condition and use of the existin…

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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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Lisbon University

Working in collaboration with Munro+Whitten, Urban Wilderness won the delegates choice award for the Lisbon University D…

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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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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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Hook Lane

Working with LRM Planning and Brookbanks Consulting, Urban Wilderness designed and submitted proposals for a new mixed u…

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North Entrance, HSE Headquarters, Liverpool

Recently completed landscape proposals which visually lifts one's approach to the headquarters of the Health and Safety…

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St Mary’s Green

A landscape led masterplan which seeks to create a high quality, attractive and sustainable community. A series of inter…

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