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The Scotscape Smartscape team has been working with the David Brownlow Charitable Foundation to install this Smart Living Pillar at Twyford, also with the support and endorsement of Theresa May. Adapting our Living Wall system with our innovative team, the Smart Living Pillar has been created.
The Government has recently launched its most ambitious heritage preservation campaign for 40 years, designed to empower people to help protect local identity through the planning system.
Savills Planning has won the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) South West Award for Planning Excellence 2019 for their Silverlake leisure development.
With the rise of wellness and biophilia, access to the great outdoors has become increasingly important to employees who relish fresh air after a day cooped up in the office. In fact, more than 55 per cent of respondents to the Savills What Workers Want (WWW) survey agreed that proximity to green space was important when it came to their ideal workplace.
Designed by architect Eric Parry, the building will give the impression of a hanging garden across the facade, pioneering extensive urban greening in the City.
Why specify concrete retaining walls when you can use FLEX MSE and hydroseed to improve biodiversity?
Smart Pillars - The Worlds First Green Lamp Post Inspired by the knowledge the industry has gained about the benefits of urban greening in increasingly busy cityscapes, we wanted to take the concept of vertical retrofitting of plants one step further by using the existing resource of street furniture (including lamp posts) as a framework on which to grow plants, thus the Smart Pillar™ was designed.
Scotscape's Landscape team carried out the soft landscaping, tree planting, shrub planting, soil fill and turfing at this landmark project which forms part of the P5K which runs around the perimeter of the Greenwich Peninsula.
The Scotscape Group of companies includes Scotscape Smartscape - Urban Greening specialists working throughout the UK and Europe designing, installing and maintaining the Fytotextile Living Wallsystem in both interior and exterior locations.
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