Designing a sustainable and green workplace

Indigo is delighted to have teamed up with Barr Gazetas Architects on an office refurbishment at 42 Wigmore St, London. The project aspires to create a new vibrant, sustainable, and green workplace within the area and the London context. The development proposes to provide a mix of open spaces within the plot, including a courtyard and…

Kayaking on the Beaulieu River

After a very busy spell at work we decided it was time for a well deserved day away from the office and some fun on the water.  Courtesy of New Forest Activities we spent a very enjoyable morning on a guided kayak tour of the Beaulieu River. Some of us got more wet than others,…

Brewery Square update

Zeb and Emma had a number of site visits across the local area and so were able to make a stop to see one of our former projects, Brewery Square in Dorchester.  We prepared detailed hardworks information for the mixed use development scheme which includes retail, residential and leisure units.

The Arboretum Phase 2 – Reserved Matters consent granted

We are pleased to hear that the Reserved Matters proposal for the Arboretum Phase 2 has been granted planning consent by West Suffolk Council.  Indigo has been involved with this site in Haverhill since it’s inception and we’re proud to be part of the latest phase of development brought forward by Taylor Wimpey.  The proposal…

Congratulations Mary and Sam!!

We had the most wonderful time joining Mary on her wedding day and celebrating her marriage to Sam.  The ceremony took place outside, with the Fonthill Estate providing a stunning setting.  Mary looked absolutely beautiful as she walked down the aisle, the guests were sat on hay bales either side and the sun broke through…

Dunsfold revisited

It’s always interesting to see how projects that we have worked on are progressing. In 2015 we prepared an LVIA and a masterplan for a housing site on the north side of Dunsfold in Surrey for our client Kitewood.  The successful scheme has now been built and is located on the edge of a Conservation…

Tomasz joins Indigo

We are delighted to welcome Tomasz Walczak to Indigo. Tomasz graduated from Writtle University in 2019 and then worked on national and international projects for multidisciplinary companies in the North of England. Tomasz also holds qualifications in horticulture and has extensive on site experience gained in his previous role as a landscape contractor. Tomasz joins…

Success for Indigo at the Salisbury Civic Society Awards

We were delighted to win an award at the Salisbury Civic Society New Buildings Awards for our work on The Memorial Pavilion at The Avenue Cemetery. We initially approached PB Oak Framing and worked with them to develop our concept design for the shelter which they then constructed from English oak using a hammerbeam and…

Herne Bay Reserved Matters

Following on from the start on site at the New Forest Crematorium in April 2021, and the approval of the landscape Reserved Matters at the South Staffordshire Crematorium in December, working with the Westerleigh Group Reserved Matters have now been submitted on the Herne Bay Crematorium, marking the sixth crematorium project worked on over the…

Merry Christmas

Many thanks to all our fantastic clients and co-consultants in our 21st year! We look forward to working with you in 2022. This year we have given a donation to The Trussell Trust, who are working towards a hunger-free future. The office will be closed from 1pm on Thursday 23rd December until 8:30am on Tuesday 4th…

Sarum Lights

We made the trip across The Close to Salisbury Cathedral and thoroughly enjoyed the spectacular Sarum Lights event.  The Cathedral was filled with stunning light displays and soundscapes created by the visual arts collaborative, Luxmuralis.

Renewable energy project in Selsey

As world leaders gathered in Glasgow for COP26, discussing ways to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, it seemed quite fitting to receive the planning consent for an 11MW solar farm in Selsey, West Sussex.  The project is a joint venture between Landlink Estates and BNRG, and working with Jackson Planning and CampbellReith Consulting Engineering we prepared an EIA level…

Planning approval in Cranborne Chase AONB

We are delighted to be able to announce planning approval for a replacement dwelling at the edge of the village of Hanging Langford within the Cranborne Chase AONB.  Following initial discussions with the client and their architects, and working with Jackson Planning, we contributed to changes to the proposed building that improved its relationship with…

Historic chimneys come down as new development approved

Following recent approval of the 1000 home scheme at Stewartby Brickworks, the remaining four chimneys on the site were demolished at the end of September 2021.  Once the largest brickworks in the world, Stewartby formed part of the wider Marston Vale brick fields where 167 chimneys one stood, dominating the landscape of this area. Following…

Emma joins Indigo

We are delighted to welcome Emma Stafford to Indigo. Emma joins us as a Senior Landscape Architect and she will have responsibility for managing many of our design-led projects.   Emma has worked extensively across the Middle East on large scale landscape design and masterplanning projects including luxury hotels and private residences and she has a…

Planning achieved in Upton Grey Conservation Area

Planning has been achieved for Hoddington Arms, a pub in the Upton Grey Conservation area, a sensitive site where we undertook a Conservation Area analysis and produced a photo visualisation showing the proposed annexe to the pub.      

Turners Hill Crematorium approved at Appeal

Following refusal of planning in December 2020 our proposed crematorium at Turners Hill in West Sussex was taken to Appeal this May leading to an outstanding result for our client. For Indigo the project involved the preparation of outline proposals for a single chapel crematorium on the site, along with a supporting Landscape and Visual…

Celebrating Indigo’s 21st birthday!

This year might be shaping up to be one of Indigo’s busiest ever but it was still important to take time out to celebrate our 21st birthday.  We recently had the chance to get everyone back together for the first time in a long time and the opportunity for some of our staff to meet…

Construction work underway at New Forest Crematorium

We’re very pleased to be continuing our relationship with Westerleigh Group, working on a number of new and interesting crematoria projects ranging in location from SE England and up to Scotland. Work is also now well underway at the New Forest Crematorium, in the new Forest with a scheduled opening in early 2022. Indigo have…

Indigo appointed at Quayside Lodge

We are excited to announce our appointment to work on a major residential / mixed use development, Quayside Lodge in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.  The project includes 110 contemporary residential units,  stepping up to 10 storeys in height, and features generous terraces and private balconies which overlook Imperial Park and The Thames. …

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