Office Refurb in Milton Keynes

Indigo have teamed up with GSS Architecture and RO Properties to give a fresh new contemporary feel to an office refurbishment in Milton Keynes.  The landscape proposals feature our concepts for an intimate courtyard; we will be preparing fully detailed information later this Spring.   

Cholderton House

Indigo are delighted to be part of the experienced team working at Cholderton House, a Grade II* listed house dating back to the late 17th Century set within a 9.5 Ha estate.  The proposals, for new owners, are very extensive and feature improvements to the main house, the restoration and conversion of historically important but…

Fast track for Suffolk’s largest warehouse

Indigo has worked closely with PRC Architects, Jaynic and St Edmundsbury Borough Council to secure full planning consent and prepare detailed design information for Weerts Group’s new logistics and warehouse facility at Suffolk Park.  The project was fast tracked from initial concept through to breaking ground within an astonishing 3 months and features extensive green…

Introducing our new Landscape Architect, Liz Smart

We are really pleased to welcome Liz Smart to the Indigo team.  Liz will be working as a Landscape Architect providing design input and support to the office, and has an impressive background working on a range of large scale and complex projects with a focus on planting design and horticulture.  She has a particular…

Enhancements to sporting facilities in West Wellow

More planning success, this time in West Wellow, a village near Romsey, where we’ve had two approved planning applications for upgrades to existing sporting facilities.  The first was a submission for Wellow Tennis Club who were proposing to install floodlights to two tennis courts.  We prepared a Landscape and Visual Appraisal to consider the potential…

Planning approvals in AONBs and on green belt land

During these unusual times we feel fortunate that we have remained busy and to have found new ways of working to ensure our clients’ projects progressed successfully. We are pleased to report there are a number of planning consents that have recently been gained including two located in AONBs. We were delighted when approval was…

Aston Villa Football Academy

We are excited to be part of the team, along with HB Architects, bringing forward Aston Villa’s new proposal for an impressive state-of-the-art inner city football academy near Villa Park.  The project comprises a full-size indoor 3G pitch and outdoor floodlit 3G pitch with changing rooms, office and lounge.  The landscape proposals have been developed…

Zeb Hoffman – Promotion to Associate

We are delighted to announce that Zeb Hoffman has been promoted to the role of Associate Landscape Architect within the practice.  Zeb joined Indigo in 2014, originally from the United States, has embraced most things British, and has become an integral member of our team. During his six years with us Zeb has worked on…

It’s our 20th Birthday!

We can’t quite believe it, but it is 20 years since Chris and Mark first opened the office in Salisbury. No-one could have predicted the unusual circumstances we currently all find ourselves in, and that we wouldn’t be able to celebrate in the way we would have liked to. We couldn’t let this day go…

1 month on – a new way of working

We can’t believe that a month has already passed since we last got in touch to share our initial response to the emerging Covid-19 situation. Since then tighter restrictions have been put in place, we are all working from home for the foreseeable future, and life has changed for us all. Like many companies, Indigo…

UK Plant Health week

It is fair to say that is has slipped many of us by, but this week is the UK’s Plant Health week, in support of 2020 as the United Nations’ International Year of Plant Health. It is perhaps poignant that Covid -19 has shown us just how small the world is and how quickly a…

COVID-19 and business continuity

We wanted to let you know that we are working hard to continue to provide an effective and safe service to all of our clients during this period of unprecedented change and uncertainty. Our priority is of course the health and wellbeing of our staff, clients, fellow consultants and anyone who we are working with….

New projects for Vanderbilt Homes

We’re pleased to announce appointment on our third project for Vanderbilt Homes, an award winning house builder creating individually crafted homes in the most desirable locations across the home counties. With schemes already in for planning near Epsom in Surrey and at Long Wittenham in Oxfordshire, this third scheme at Felbridge on the West Sussex /…

Come and join our team!

We have a great opportunity for a senior level talented landscape architect to join our Salisbury based team. If you’re enthusiastic and proactive, have at least 10 years’ experience along with excellent design flair and creativity, and have solid experience managing projects then we’d really love to hear from you. For more information please visit…

Indigo signed up by procurement organisations Bloom and Constructionline

We’re delighted to announce that we’re now an accredited supplier to Bloom. Bloom is a fully OJEU-compliant professional services framework which now offers its members easy access to Indigo’s services in landscape architecture. Over 320 public sector organisations currently work with Bloom, including local authorities and universities. On similar lines, we are also delighted to…

New guidance from the Landscape Institute

When you work on an assessment with Indigo you get the benefit of our team’s extensive experience in this field but also the assurance that our approach will be up to date and using the latest guidance from the relevant professional bodies. The Landscape Institute have recently withdrawn Advice Note 01/11 “Photography and Photomontage in…

The leaves are falling…

And this means it’s time to undertake winter visual assessments. While for some projects it can be fine to undertake visual assessments at any time of year, local authorities prefer to judge the impact of schemes when trees and hedges are devoid of the screening effect of leaves as this presents the worst case scenario….

Rebuilding Bristol Premier Inn after devastating fire

In July 2019 a devastating fire caused widespread damage to the Premier Inn at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol. All the staff and guests were evacuated safely but the building was left in ruins. Having previously had involvement in extending the hotel almost ten years ago, we are pleased to have been appointed by Whitbread as…

‘Paragraph 79’ Country House, peer review

Chris was recently involved once again, as a panel member for the Traditional Architecture Group, inputting into a peer review for a proposed Country House in Hampshire. The brief was to assess the proposals rigorously and provide feedback on their design quality, and in particular to judge whether in the panel’s opinion, the scheme met…

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