#WLAM2017

April is World Landscape Architecture Month, the second year that the international community of landscape architects has joined together to highlight current influences and trends across the industry. The role of landscape architecture in the planning and development process is often overlooked or misunderstood, so to an extent the aim of the movement is to…
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Winter edit

As winter yields to spring, there is an unrelenting pace to work at MHP, it has been a very busy few months. Perrybrook, a project that we have been involved with for over ten years, has recently been shortlisted for the category ‘Excellence in Planning to Deliver Housing’, in the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence…
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Neighbourhood projects, Cheltenham

We have been working with Cheltenham Borough Homes on numerous neighbourhood regeneration projects, introducing play areas for children, planting and paving in communal areas and improved security features. Urban landscape design involves delivering a functional, attractive and secure environment for residents, with considered solutions for practical matters such as parking and refuse storage. Understanding the…
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Wild is the wind

On a farm near the Forest of Dean, we are working on a project to install a single turbine to provide wind energy for the property. Considerations include adhering to planning requirements set out by the Forest of Dean District Council as well as following industry guidelines as set out by Scottish Natural Heritage governing…
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World Landscape Architecture Month

April 2016 is World Landscape Architecture Month, showcasing the best of landscape architecture from around the world. The campaign aims to both educate the public and celebrate the work of landscape architects across the international community. There are many misconceptions regarding the scope of work that our profession encompasses so this provides a platform for…
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