Galpin Landscape Architecture designed a new embankment to the southern edge of the golf course and alongside Red Lonning road. The embankment was designed to undulate naturally and provides screening to the golf course. The embankment will also be planted with 2,000 trees, wildflower meadows, native hedgerows which will enhance the aesthetic on both sides of the bank and also provide new habitat for local wildlife. Planting shrubs at the entrance will further improve the user experience, giving a good impression to customers using the golf course or the extensive clubhouse facilities.
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.
Galpin Landscape Architecture prepare a number of schemes from landscape and visual assessment through to detailed design and then to on site supervision of works.
This is an example of landscape Design for 94 houses at Port Derwent, Workington. Working with architects Day Cummins to prepare a layout plan, Galpin Landscape Architecture provided planting designs, sketch proposals/visualisations, planting schedules, trees plan, play area design and boundary treatments.
The culmination of work involved the discharge of a number of planning conditions with Allerdale Borough Council.
Preparation of volumetric calculations, water flow measurements and cut and fill for creation of a new pond/small lake for canoe instruction at a leisure industry centre for young people.
Detailed design included planting plans, sections, planning application and SEPA application.
Constructed in 2012 and opened in 2013.
Waterhead, Ambleside, Cumbria
We have worked on a number of hotels in and around the Lake District and this is a good example of our design work.
This included the design of the frontage of this high profile hotel on main tourist route in the heart of the Lake District on the edge of Lake Windermere.
Survey, design and site supervision of site works including step design, seating, planting and drainage.
Hotel improvements carried out on site in the spring of 2014.
The creation of recreational routes in the heart of the Lake District using government funding through the Lake District National Park Authority. This was part of the wider work in the national park for transport and recreation routes as the Lake District moves towards becoming a World Heritage Site.
The visualisations shown in the images were displayed at local consultations and prepared using digital terrain modelling and accurate photography techniques. The use of canoe (as well as camera) was essential for one photo!