Category: Landscape Design

Creating a Slice of Paradise for the Community

TEP’s Paradise Fields project is helping to deliver new homes that have an emphasis on community and well-being.  The proposed …

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Building for a Healthy Life

Building for Life 12 has been updated and changed its name to Building for a Healthy Life (BHL). The change …

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TEP Appointed To Procure Partnerships Framework

TEP has been successfully appointed to the Procure Partnerships Framework Professional Services Agreement. Out of more than 400 individual practices …

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Foundation 200 – Tackling Homelessness in Cambridge

TEP has been gifting landscape design services for Foundation 200, Hill’s pledge to provide 200 homes for homeless people over …

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Hanging Gardens of Homerton

TEP has recently completed landscape proposals comprising a series of tiered gardens and roof terraces for a proposed residential development on …

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Manydown Gets Stamp of Approval

Another fantastic result for TEP, as Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council approved outline planning consent for the 320 ha strategic …

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Landscapes Designed For Communities

After being granted planning approval for the latest phase of the project, South Kilburn Regeneration Programme has now been shortlisted …

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Landscapes Designed for Climate Action

Aside from companywide offsetting, TEP’s Landscape Design team tackles climate change in a number of ways, as well as continually …

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TEP’s Building With Nature

Green infrastructure plays a vital role in our modern society. Our networks of parks, play areas, street trees, rivers and …

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Good Design Principles

In October 2019, the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) issued the National Design Guide: Planning Practice for …

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Responding to Nature

State of Nature is a report into UK wildlife and biodiversity produced by a partnership of conservation and research organisations …

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TEP: Making People Friendly Places

Last week our Design team attended the National Urban Design Conference in Birmingham: the biggest Urban Design conference to date. …

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