landscape advice portfolio

The Challenge
The Bristol Assembly Hall is situated in 23 acres of meadow land. It is used as a conference centre for 1200 people and includes native and amenity landscaping areas. The site revealed that the soil of the arisings was calcareous. The site ran due north and was mounded in its extremity to a height of 1.3m falling to existing ground level. The site appeared to be compacted by heavy plant. The eastern edge consisted of young planting of oak and hawthorn edging onto a track.

Clients Specification »


Recent design projects Click to view a Water Feature ProjectClick to view The Bristol Assembly Hall case study Click to view The Language Project case study Click to view a Paving Project

View our landscaping services, case histories and pricing structures. Contact Us if you wish to discuss how we can become your garden designer.

Recent Articles

Coming very soon...