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Project work is varied, often within the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), National Parks or Conservation Areas and includes residential development, farm diversification, school grounds, play areas, new builds, private gardens, planning applications and appeals.

Recent and current projects include:

  • Successful planning appeal for a Paragraph 79 house with Charles Holland Architect near Dover, Kent, adjacent to a Grade II* listed building and within the Kent Downs AONB: LVIA and garden design; 

  • Green Corridor Study for Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) for Stone Neighbourhood Plan, Dartford, Kent;

  • Planning permission for a solar array for farm diversification in High Weald AONB near Nutley, East Sussex;

  • Planning permission for a Grade II listed rectory with Panter Hudspith Architects near Canterbury, within a Conservation Area and within the Kent Downs AONB;

  • Phase I Masterplan Framework for the University of Kent with Studio Engleback and Biodiversity by Design

  • Successful planning appeals within a Conservation Area in Sevenoaks, Kent and within the High Weald AONB near Rye, East Sussex;

  • Ongoing landscape advice to Medway Unitary Authority on major planning applications;

  • Townscape assessment for residential association within Camden Park Conservation Area, Tunbridge Wells;

  • A new school playground on a steep slope with retained trees near Maidstone, Kent;

  • Residential development in Bexley, South London, Bidborough and Speldhurst, Kent within or adjacent to Ancient Woodland or High Weald AONB;

  • A large rain-water harvesting lake for a strawberry farm near Canterbury

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