• Client
  • Location
    Deepcut, Camberley, Surrey

We were commissioned to provide landscape architectural and ecological services to support the planning and design for the phased re-development of the Princess Royal Barracks, an existing MOD army base.

An outline planning permission for 1200 homes required modifications supported by Design Codes. We supported the master planner in these tasks.

We undertook the landscape and ecological design of the initial infrastructure for Reserved Matters planning application, detailed design and contract packages including: The Spine Road, Village Green and Suitable Area of Natural Greenspace (SANG).

We also undertook site wide ecological surveys and have provided ongoing support to the client.

The site lies close to the Thames Basin Heaths SPA which has required sensitive and specific landscape and ecological considerations and design measures to be incorporated into the scheme proposals.

Our expertise

Environmental Assessment

Our reputation for quality of service and project success has been established over a period of more than 35 years We are Corporate Members of IEMA and are registered IEMA EIA Quality Mark scheme [...]

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Landscape Architecture

Through gaining an appreciation of the physical and policy contexts of our project sites, we seek out opportunities to deliver creative design solutions and promote our client’s project aims We [...]

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Our reputation for quality of service has been established over a period of more than 35 years We adhere to the most up-to date professional standards of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and [...]

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Our high-quality visualisations are grounded in reality and go beyond the purely theoretical They will help you understand your site potential and visualise development opportunities Our talented [...]

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