Delamere School: A Landscaping Transformation

Our Landscaping team spent last summer recreating the Delamere School playground. These new features will help the children with physical development, spatial awareness, imaginative play and so much more!

Charles Morris House

Client: Housing 21 Location: Oldham, Greater Manchester Background & Objectives: Charles Morris House is a sheltered accommodation scheme run by Housing 21 in Oldham, Manchester. Aware of Groundwork’s expertise in Landscape Architecture, Housing 21 approached Groundwork Greater Manchester in early 2020 as staff and residents wanted to connect existing patio areas and create more spaces […]

From Fashion To Landscape

Amanda’s story: Groundwork has put forward recommendations to sectors that have the opportunity to influence and inspire the changes needed, to make green jobs both a viable and vital option.

Skinnergate and Conniscliffe

As part of proposed improvements to Skinnergate and Conniscliffe Road, Darlington Council and Groundwork asked the people of Darlington for their thoughts.

How healthy rivers and estuaries can contribute to climate mitigation

Tyne Estuary Partnership

We know that healthy natural habitats can help soak up carbon emissions whilst contributing many additional benefits, yet recent data shows only 14% of English rivers are at a good ecological standard and almost none of our rivers are truly untouched by human influence. As well as current pollution inputs, historic activities (development of ports, […]

Why is biodiversity important for humans and wildlife?

Birds in landscape

Biodiversity is about the range of living things; plants, fungi, insects, animals and micro-organisms, living in one area as a community, each species interdependent on another. The more of these different species there are in these communities the greater the biodiversity and the healthier the environment. Places like Madagascar and the Tropical Andes are amongst […]