Working alongside the community we have designed and created a number of Natural Play areas throughout Hull and the East Riding.
We have worked with many schools within the Yorkshire and Humber region. Consulting and designing their school grounds and green spaces
We work with developers on both small and large scale projects. Ensuring green spaces are enhanced for wildlife and well linked to the surrounding habitats and species.
We collaborate with artists bringing together art and ecology. We understand the importance of environmental education and how this can be promoted more through site specific art.
We work with local communities through consultation and design development
We are now able to offer Landscape Architecture consultancy as part of our Landscape and Community team.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's Landscape and Community team bring a combined conceptual approach to design and the environment. By linking our Living Landscape vision into sustainable development we can restore landscapes and ecosystems, whilst bringing people and wildlife together.
What is a Living Landscape?
Living Landscapes is a recovery plan for nature and how we manage land to do more for wildlife, people and the economy.
The Wildlife Trusts are restoring, recreating and reconnecting wildlife-rich spaces in rural and urban areas by working in partnership with local communities, landowners, schools and businesses.
We want wildlife to thrive, to disperse and re-colonise our landscape so future generations can encounter, experience and enjoy our natural heritage. But, also, that we can too.
What we can do for you
- Yorkshire Wildlife Trust can look at your ecological needs when designing your proposed landscape
- Our work is carried out through community and client engagement, delivering the best environmental design in response to a Living Landscape
- Our clients range from schools, housing developers to artists and community groups
- We offer a range of skills and services, and would be pleased to tender for any anticipated work.
For more information:
Please contact Fiona Weir or call 01482 441013.