Galpin Landscape Architecture provided the layout and landscape design for this leisure park near Cockermouth.
The layout of the 10 S-Pods and decking areas made the best use of the space available and ensured that each unit had the benefit of the exceptional views out to the open countryside to the east. Parking for the units will be in the covered barn on site which will give the site a quiet, car-free feel.
Allerdale Borough Council approved planning permission for the units in late 2016 and the scheme is going ahead.
The Pastures is a unique grouping of leisure units all handcrafted by skilled carpenters to each individual owners’ specification.
Galpin Landscape Architecture have prepared the landscape design, landscape and visual assessment and landscape management plan.
The digital terrain model accurately demonstrated where the leisure units would be located and the effect on both the landscape character and the visual amenity has been assessed. The site is well screened and will be further screened by mounds and tree and shrub planting specified by Galpin Landscape Architecture.
The team has successfully secured approval for planning permission with the discharge of planning conditions.
Landscape design, detail, tree surveys, planning application and specification for a Lake District caravan park.
GLA created this visual or artistic impression which formed a useful marketing tool for the client to sell lodges before completion of the site.
The scheme is now in its second phase with successful uptake of lodges and established planting.
Patton, Kendal, Cumbria
Galpin Landscape Architecture worked with Ashton Planning in preparing a successful planning application for an extension to the leisure park at Patton Hall.
Planning permission for 9 additional units was achieved in May 2015.
The visualisations demonstrate the visual effects of the development within the context of the wider landscape. Extensive planting included trees, hedgerows and a fruit orchard next to the farmstead.