Our work is based on collaboration and facilitating co-design and implementation processes in order to develop places that meet local priorities and stand the test of time. Central to this is the practice of involving local communities and stakeholders in all elements of the design process and implementation.
This allows us deliver work that is locally relevant, meets community needs and engender a sense of community ownership and pride in their neighbourhood, garden or park. The green spaces on our doorstep is vitally important, and contributes towards social and health outcomes, build community capacity, social cohesion and reduce social isolation. We believe that a robust process of co-creation results in safer, multi-functional and beautiful spaces that meet the needs of communities.