Full hard and soft landscaping plans in under a week

12th August, 2016

Given just one month to discharge conditions our Client found us with two weeks to go. We were able to negotiate with the LPA and provide a hard and soft landscape scheme to him in under a week

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For All The Family: Inspiring the Next Generation to Love Outdoors

11th August, 2016

Creation of a family garden providing space for adults and fun for a young family in a modern elegant garden with pollinator friendly, sensory planting.

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Housing Developments and Making Shade Look Beautiful

11th March, 2016

Housing developments have by nature shady areas due to a combination of aspect and built environment. Djogs take this challenge as an opportunity

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Why a Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA) can save time and money

10th March, 2016

Important habitats and protected species aren't just found in the countryside, many are often found on and near brownfield sites and in our towns and cities. A PEA can both identify where conflict with wildlife legislation is likely and provide solutions saving you time and money

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Designing Last Resting Places

10th March, 2016

The landscape of last resting places is always important but can vary greatly. This is a brief outline of how we designed three very different site

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Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA)

9th March, 2016

LVIAs are a really useful design tool and well worth the investment when developing in sensitive areas even when not asked for by your LPA!

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Two New Dwellings in Ecologically Sensitive Warwickshire Greenbelt

3rd March, 2016

Set in Greenbelt in the Warwickshire countryside the development required a landscape plan for a rural context. In addition a species mitigation plan was required due to local records of protected species including bats, badgers and nesting birds.

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