“We create attractive and accessible external spaces — vital in the creation of successful communities.” Andrew Tindsley, chair of landscape
Whether urban or rural, the external environment helps to shape and define the places we live, work and spend our leisure time in. Our landscape architects are engaged with projects across the UK and overseas, protecting and enhancing the natural landscape or working with clients and communities to create ‘smart’ green masterplans, imaginative urban spaces, lively parks and attractive settings for new development. Our aspiration is to create landscapes which balance the needs of people with those of the wider environment
We are experienced designers in many sectors of the built environment, helping to create new landscapes for education, healthcare, retail, and workplace development, as well as enhancing the public realm in many of our urban centres. Our work starts by engaging with people, then retains them at the centre of the design process.
For further information please download our Landscape Architecture brochure on placemaking
Life + Art + Light + Soul = Place.
Jo is one of our landscape architects in Bristol studio. In this short video she tells us about her career in BDP.
Our architects, landscape architects and lighting designers collaborated as one to design and redevelop a previously unused area into a beautiful and tranquil new public space for people to visit and use.
The film documents the design process and the ideas behind this exciting project.
Our architects, landscape architects, lighting and sustainability consultants designed the pavilion as part of a team led by Nottingham-based artist Wolfgang Buttress and including contractor Stage One and structural engineer Tristan Simmonds.
How do you define urbanism to a complete stranger? London studio’s Martin Savage wonders if we should even try to brand landscape architecture, town planning and urban design together when the disciplines embody such an array of skills and talents and for such different environments.
Andrew Tindsley, chair of landscape design, will present at this year’s Healthy City Design International conference.
A new state-of-the-art secondary school in Caldicot, Monmouthshire, has opened its doors to students for the first time this week
Urbanism director Anna Sinnott explains how engaging local people is at the heart of what we do, making our expertise available to them and combining our design skills with their in-depth local knowledge to co-produce great streets and public spaces.
Head of Urbanism Francis Glare looks at how our experience of working in India is informing our masterplans with an emphasis on infrastructure and retrofitting and lower density neighbourhoods.
Plans for a £300m extension to the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield have been approved. The new Leisure Hall will add a range of dining and entertainment experiences not currently available at the centre. These include new restaurants, a state-of-the-art cinema, a new café court, gym and other leisure space.
The Mayor of Yancheng and central Chinese government have selected BDP from a shortlist of five practices to develop Yancheng in south China.
BDP works closely with artists and recent collaborations have been on projects such as Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, The Hive at Kew, Grosvenor estate in Mayfair and Royal Pharmaceutical Society.