• Client
    University of Bristol
  • Location
    Bristol

We acted as Landscape Architect and Ecologist for this landmark project that provides a state of the art Biological Science Department and its’ associated new plaza and gardens to the public and University community.

Our designs bring a fresh life to an underused area of the City. Working with Sheppard Robson Architects, Arup and Capita engineers, we helped to create the landmark facility that was opened by Sir David Attenborough in 2011.

Our role also included Townscape and Visual Impact Appraisal, preparation of verified photomontages and preparation of a detailed bat mitigation strategy and licence.

A six storey tall ‘living wall’ serves as a local landmark and invites visitors into the site.

The project forms part of the University’s Strategic Masterplan which Nicholas Pearson Associates helped to develop. It was Adopted by Bristol City Council in 2006 as SPD 11.

Awards

Clifton & Hotwells Improvement Society (CHIS) “Award of Excellence”
Green Flag Award
BREEAM Excellent Award

Our expertise

Environmental Design

Our values and value-led approach to Environmental Design help you to achieve your project’s potential We get to know our clients and provide pragmatic guidance and design solutions We can be [...]

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Landscape Architecture

Our value-led approach to Landscape Architecture will help you deliver your project’s potential We will work with you to understand your ambitions and provide you with design solutions and [...]

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Ecology

Our ecologists will help you understand the biodiversity potential of your site We will get to know your site and build a consultancy relationship that you can depend on Our ecological site surveys [...]

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Visualisation

Our talented team will help you to understand your site’s potential and visualise your site’s development opportunities We can provide you with a range of photographic and digital services to [...]

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