Space + Place Design is a landscape architectural practice, registered with the Landscape Institute.
Working across the UK, we work closely with our clients to produce and deliver site-sensitive and environmentally responsible design proposals.
Landscape can transform the places in which we work, live, heal, learn and play. A landscape architect through their design can help connect people to their environment, support wildlife and enhance local ecosystems. We have a passion for projects that make an impact in their locality. We love working on education projects that will bring a real change in the student and teacher’s school lives, on community projects that will enhance the quality of life and will make a difference in people’s everyday lives.
Space + Place Design provides a range of professional landscape architecture services, specialising in landscape design across most sectors with over 20 years’ experience in dealing with clients and building relationships to support them to deliver their mission. We combine our construction and project management expertise with design flair to provide a complete landscape design service, from conception to detailing, through planning and tendering, to construction and site supervision.
Our aim is to add value to your project; to create beautiful places that respect the environment, embracing form and function, patterns and textures, to deliver a landscape that subtly maximises its potential. We cherish opportunities to collaborate with our clients, architects, engineers, stakeholders and communities in creating places that embrace their social and environmental responsibility.
Strategic Planning & Assessment – Policy and Site assessment – Green and Open Space Strategy – Initial Site Analysis – Concept development – Planning Constraints analysis – Landscape Assessment – Play Audit – Play Strategy
Hard and Soft Landscape – Tender Pack –SUDS Requirements– BREEAM – Wayfinding – Outdoor learning – Education – Healthcare – Housing – Green Roofs – Playgrounds – Flood Attenuation – Swales – Rain gardens – BIM – Urban Greening Factor – Sports facilities – Sensory and Rehabilitation gardens – Inclusive Accessible Design – Secure by Design – Materials Specifications
Stakeholder identification and engagement strategy – Public consultation and process of engagement – consultation boards – active participation– Community Engagement – Enquiry by Design – Placecheck – Opinion Surveys and Questionnaires
PRINCE2 Practitioner in Project Management – RIBA Work Stages 4 & 5 CDM – Principal Designer – Design Risk Assessment -Construction Pack- Site Supervision – Nursery Visits – Contract administration – JCT /JCLI /NEC3 / Design & Build / PPC – Contractor Liaison – As Built drawings
Public Realm and Streetscape – Green Infrastructure – Open Space – SUDS Requirements – Public Art – Parks & Greenspace – Play provision – Healthy Streets – Natural Capital – Streets for People
Pre-App advice – Design and Access Statement – Full and Outline Planning Applications – Reserved matters applications – Clearance of planning conditions – S106 – Green Belt – TPO – Conservation Area consent
Hard and Soft Landscape – Planning applications – Planning conditions discharge – Garden design -Landscape Management and Maintenance Plan
Planting Strategy – Landscape Management and Maintenance Plan – Biodiversity Net Gain – Ecological Enhancements – Planting Schedules – Nursery Visits – Protected Species – Invasive species management
SUDS – Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems – SUDS Strategy – Attenuation ponds – Swales – Retrofit SUDS – Rain gardens – Ecological Enhancements