News

  • 28 Feb.
    2018.

    Site Completion at Student Accommodation, Kingston

    This week we inspected our landscape design for the Student Accommodation Block at 64-80 Cambridge Road, Kingston. A courtyard design for the students was designed to allow for informal seating with timber benching topping in-situ concrete walls. The circulation of the space orientates around bespoke raised planters with multi...

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  • 25 Jan.
    2018.

    Chartership Graduation

    On the 25th January the Landscape Institute celebrated the new Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute and the new Fellows of the Landscape Institute at the The Garden Museum in Vauxhall. In attendance were Nora Marfai and Amy Collinson who passed their Pathway to Chartership Exams in the last...

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  • 15 Dec.
    2017.

    Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry Lego Competition

    Vincent Friedlander attended the recent Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry Lego competition at Jesus College forming the landscape component of BPTW architect’s team along with Conisbee structural engineers. Our response to the theme ‘Spanning the Ages’ was to produce a Royal Crown in recognition of the royal connections...

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  • 9 Dec.
    2017.

    Christmas Jumper Day and Bake Sale for Momentum

    On Friday 8th December Allen Pyke Associates had a Christmas Jumper Day and Bake Sale to raise money for Momentum. They are a local charity who support children who have cancer and other life limiting conditions. (If you would like to know a bit more about Momentum and the...

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  • 8 Dec.
    2017.

    Congratulations Nora (CMLI)

    Congratulations to Nora Marfai who is now a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI) after passing her Pathway to Chartership (P2C) exam in November. Nora has worked on many successful schemes during her time on the Pathway and has recently been involved in contract administration for our Monksmoor...

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  • 6 Dec.
    2017.

    Gazette Article Published

    Allen Pyke were very pleased to contribute an article in the recent Cambridge Architecture magazine (Issue CA74 Designed In Cambridge) published by the Cambridge Association of Architects. The article, written by Vincent Friedlander, Technical Director of our Cambridge office, highlighted our sensitive and contextual approach to landscape design. To...

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  • 23 Nov.
    2017.

    Yalding recieves planning permission at committee

    Allen Pyke produced the Landscape Masterplan and Landscape Visual Impact Assessment for a site adjacent to Vicarage Road, Yalding. The scheme went to planning committee and received a majority vote and was well attended by local residents. The scheme includes proposed structural planting treatments and new amenity spaces which...

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  • 18 Nov.
    2017.

    2 High Street Teddington granted planning approval

    Planning permission was recently granted for the demolition of the existing office building and erection of a six storey mixed use scheme comprising ground floor office and commercial and 22 shared ownership apartments above with associated car parking and improvements to the public realm. Allen Pyke produced the Townscape...

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  • 17 Nov.
    2017.

    Topping Out of Lampton Road Phase 1

    Allen Pyke went to the topping out ceremony from the top floor of the residential scheme in Hounslow, with amazing views over West London. We celebrated with the London Borough of Hounslow, Notting Hill Housing Trust, Bouygues Construction and Architects, Allies and Morrison and Engineers, RSK.

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  • 8 Nov.
    2017.

    Great Eastern Quays Phase 2, Contract signing celebration at the Sky Garden

    Vincent Friedland and Will Dutch from Allen Pyke attended Galliford Try’s celebration drinks at the Sky Garden with Notting Hill Housing and the design team for Great Eastern Quays Phase 2. The scheme is currently at construction stage and the first block has progressed to first floor height. Great...

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