Our Ecological services intrinsically support natural resource systems throughout the short-term, enabling natural capital to be available throughout the long-term and provide well-being to all human generations. 

Our primary delivery utilises green infrastructure to enhance socio-ecological models, where multiple stakeholders engage together to create ecological balance and abundance within open spaces. This approach maximises social and cultural well being at levels that are in harmony with housing growth and community development.


Key Services in Ecology

Ecosystem Services
Green Infrastructure Services 
BREEAM & CSH                    
Appropriate Assessments (AA)
Ecological modelling

National Vegetation Classification
Ecological design and delivery
Habitat/species Assessment
Urban Sustainability Land use
Ecological Consultation

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Green infrastructure services

Green infrastructure services is an innovative system that is we use directly with the construction industry to maximise the way development works with people; providing for urban greening for housing, regeneration, environmental development and to create healthy homes.

Our services utilise green infrastructure to deliver design and landscaping for urban open spaces. We deliver Architecture along side Landscaping and Construction services that work with local planning policy and urban regeneration to create multi-functional design and build for open spaces.

Empowering people in open spaces

Green infrastructure services are not only about good design and landscaping, but also about people in open spaces. They are instrumental in creating urban green spaces through design, for healthier living and for a greener planet.

We put together community engagement programmes that work in open spaces within:

  • Parks and recreational spaces
  • Public realm
  • Council and social housing
  • Private and public spaces

Our low impact sustainable solutions incorporate into their design – renewable energy, energy efficiency, waste and natural resource management. 

By working with local stakeholders to develop urban greening in line with renewable resource management can become an art for supporting cultural design and build, supporting social and natural capital.

Our policies and principles deliver excellent design and construction for urban open spaces …

  • using renewable resources in open space
  • building on design, development and technology that gives back to nature
  • facilitating with multiple stakeholder from private, public third sector
  • providing capacity development with residents designing with social inclusion
  • linking sustainable design, landscaping and construction to benefit our communities.

Our Ecological Assessment and Design Tool

Images demonstrate diverse garden design and proposal ideas for the various sections and elements that will link together to create an attractive, functional and creative garden with diverse facilities and increased biodiversity in the heart of Brixton

Sound environmental management is fundamental for green growth, sustainable development and sustainable communities design. Our core delivery services can help assess the benefits and approach for integrating green infrastructure services into our communities.


A Greener London

London is recognised throughout the world as a green city. The various and unique landscapes and open spaces of London are assets that can reinforce a sense of place and of identity, improve health and well-being, boost environmental resilience and make the capital a more attractive and prosperous city.

Green design and build operates as a key service capable of shaping and supporting sustainable growth, responding to the challenges of climate change and delivering an improved quality of life for all who live, work in and visit London. 

Policy 2.18 of the London Plan calls for the protection, promotion, and management of London’s network of green infrastructure. The "All London Green Grid Area Framework" aims to:

  • Increase access to open space

  • Conserve landscapes and the natural environment and increase access to nature

  • Adapt the city to the impacts of climate change

  • Make sustainable travel connections and promote cycling and walking

  • Encourage healthy living

  • Promote sustainable food growing

  • Enhance visitor destinations and boots the visitor economy

  • Promote green skills and sustainable approaches to design, management and maintenance