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.
Whitehaven, West Cumbria
An example of a public realm design scheme funded by heritage lottery involving consultation with working group, development of design with reference to the historic location and detailed design and specification.
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.
Public realm and car park landscape design, detailing and specification for Booths in Garstang.
Working closely with the architect, engineers and contractors to produce detailed tree planting, street furniture, lighting, artworks and car park layout designs and specifications.
Implementation and Completion on site in 2009