For World Landscape Architecture Month, we’re looking back through our archives to show you some of our work through the years. First up is Whitehill and Bordon, for Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company. Following over 100 years as a garrison town, the Army left in December 2015 to move to a new base, freeing up over 100 hectares and presenting a unique, once-in-a-generation opportunity to transform the town into green, healthy and connected town.
Our work with the masterplanners, architects, ecologists and developers has been focused around the creation, design and delivery of the green spaces that weave the new town together, and ensuring new development is sensitive to extensive woodland and trees, with all parties committed to building an #environmentally sustainable town. Through the Healthy New Towns programme, plans are continually reviewed to further enhance the built environment to make it easier to live healthy, active, and independent lives.