Environmental Management System
Protected Species Surveys
Habitat Surveys
Habitat Creation and Management
Licensing and Mitigation
Expert Witness
Twitter
image

We have an experienced team of landscape architects and a team of landscapers who can implement their designs.

Landscape and garden design

Landscape design is an important part of any development project and has a major impact on the final appearance of a project as a whole. Good landscape design can improve the working or living environment for people using the area and landscape design can also help to improve the quality of habitats for local species of wildlife. Landscaping and planting plans are an integral part of many planning applications. Building schemes which are part of the Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM can achieve ecological credits by providing a detailed landscaping and planting plan which improves the number of species on a site.

We can provide a full landscape design service on projects of any size. Projects can be designed to attract particular species to an area such as butterflies, insects, birds, bats and amphibians, or simply designed to give all year round colour and achieve the look you want.

We have a team of experienced landscapers who can carry out the implementation work and we have worked on projects ranging from small gardens through to golf courses and high rise office buildings and also as part of remedial works and landscape reinstatement for utilities companies.

See case studies below and contact us for more details.

Case Studies

Landscape plan for Lingley Mere BP

image
November 2011
UES have completed a landscape plan for Lingley Mere Business Park in Warrington. The development at Lingley Mere is set to provide a total of 1.25 million squa... more...

Extended phase 1 habitat survey in Deeside

image
August 2011
UES have completed an extended phase 1 habitat survey of a site in Deeside, North Wales in order to inform the client of any potential impacts their development... more...

Bat survey of nursing home in Staffordshire

image
July 2011
UES recently completed a bat survey of a nursing home in Kings Bromley, Staffordshire. The bat survey consisted of a full internal building inspection and a ful... more...

Landscape design in Knutsford, Cheshire

image
April 2011
UES completed an Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey of a derelict farm in Knutsford, Cheshire. The site is rural with land use dominated by improved pasture, hedge... more...

Ecological appraisal and landscape design

image
January 2011
UES initially completed an Extended Phase 1 Habitat Survey and ecological appraisal of a site in Loughton, Essex. The proposed site footprint, currently a mosai... more...

Landscape design in Loughton, Essex

image
January 2011
UES were commissioned in the winter of 2010 to carry out a Phase 1 habitat survey of a site in Loughton, Essex. The site which is in the grounds of a retirement... more...

Extended phase 1 survey in Lancashire

image
January 2011
UES have completed an extended phase 1 habitat survey of a site in Lancashire for Seddon Homes in order to inform the client of any potential impacts their deve... more...