News

  • 26 Oct.
    2017.

    Picket Twenty Extension Land Gains Planning Approval

    On Thursday 26th October 2017 Persimmon Homes were granted permission for their full planning application to build 520 homes on the extension land at Picket Twenty by Test Valley Borough Council.    Allen Pyke’s role was to design the planting layout across the site.  This included front gardens, public...

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  • 11 Oct.
    2017.

    CPD Day Public Realm and Parks

    On the 11th October 2017 Allen Pyke explored the extensive public realm of South Kensington as part of a CPD on Public Realm and Parks. Our route took us through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, looking at the management of large established landscapes and their successful range of planting...

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  • 3 Oct.
    2017.

    Ben joins us in Kingston

    Allen Pyke are pleased to welcome Benjamin Ireland to our team in Kingston. Ben joins us after studying for an MA in Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich.

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  • 22 Sep.
    2017.

    Fosters Estate Community Meeting

    Allen Pyke participated in the Community Meeting for the Fosters Estate on the 13th September. Upper and Lower Fosters Estate is a late 1960’s housing estate in Barnet which is to be redeveloped to meet local housing needs. The aim is to produce the masterplan based on community co-design...

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  • 1 Aug.
    2017.

    Little Meadow Recieves Full Planning Consent

    Planning consent has been granted for this residential scheme adjacent ancient woodland in Cranleigh, Surrey. The new public open spaces include a LEAP, SuDS, a generous landscape buffer and a new badger sett.

  • 15 Jul.
    2017.

    Lori highly commended in London National Park City Competition

    Congratulations to Lori Micu who took part in the London National Park City visualisation challenge and was highly commended by the judges. Her submission addressed green infrastructure gaps and issues in areas of the city.

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  • 23 Jun.
    2017.

    South Oxfordshire site approved

    Outline planning consent has been granted for a village extension in Oxfordshire. The impact on landscape character was a sensitive issue and Allen Pyke were instrumental in developing proposals for a large riverside park to mitigate adverse effects.

  • 8 Jun.
    2017.

    Amy becomes Chartered

    Congratulations to Amy Collinson who has recently passed her Pathway to Chartership (P2C) exam to become Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI). Amy has been a great asset to Allen Pyke since joining our Kingston team as a graduate in 2014, and has recently seen some of her first designs...

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  • 9 May.
    2017.

    Join Us

    We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated graduate Landscape Architect to join our team Kingston-upon-Thames. Please check out our join us page.

  • 22 Apr.
    2017.

    Today is Earth Day

    The 22nd April is Earth Day, which aims to raise awareness of the challenges facing the environment today and to demonstrate support for environmental protection across the world.

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