Case Studies

Coopers Field, Norfolk

Posted on:20 Oct 2022
Coopers Field in Norfolk was an overgrown and unkempt area when our client Jon purchased it in late 2020. However, as a landscape architect Jon recognised the potential to be a safe-haven for a range of insects and wildlife if given the necessary attention and care. Measuring an area of 1.5 acres, Coopers Field was half inhabited by thick 1.2m high brambles, with the other half consisting of scrub grass and bramble growths.

Three Hagges Wood-Meadow

Posted on:04 May 2020
​John Chambers Wildflower Seed has donated 2.5kg of bespoke native wildflower seed to the Hagge Woods Trust for their woodland wonderland at Three Hagges Wood-Meadow.

York University in Bloom

Posted on:12 Jul 2018
York University is home to more than 16,000 students across nine colleges. The main campus in Heslington has recently undergone a massive £750m campus expansion programme which included a programme to develop the landscape of the Heslington East campus, a site now supporting growing populations of wildlife and wild flowers.