We are chartered landscape architects based in Brighton, UK. We specialise in urban residential redevelopment & renewal, suburban & rural residential development, park and public realm regeneration, playable landscapes, and landscapes for older people.
Hannah Oakden MLI
Hannah is a landscape architect and garden designer and member of the Landscape Institute. She has a background in applied arts and horticulture and set up in private practice in 2009. Hannah’s work is context-sensitive yet strong in character with a strong focus on plants and planting. Her portfolio includes commercial urban residential regeneration and redevelopment as well as large scale rural domestic residential projects in designated areas (SSSI, AONB). She has experience across the work stages, from concept to detailed design, and enjoys working in multi-disciplinary teams to realise confident and thoughtful designs.
Jeremy Hemingray CMLI
Jeremy is a landscape architect and a chartered member of the Landscape Institute. His experience includes large-scale urban redevelopment & renewal, suburban & rural residential development, playable landscapes, landscapes for older people, park regeneration and design within conservation areas. He excels in the context of large multi-disciplinary teams and highly complex projects but is equally at home on smaller-scale projects and in the residential domestic context.
Sarah Tolley CMLI
Sarah is a landscape architect and a chartered member of the Landscape Institute. She has extensive experience of large-scale urban residential regeneration and master-planning in the context of large multi-disciplinary teams and has also worked in park redevelopment and has developed arts strategies in a variety of settings. More recently she has added urban and rural residential domestic work to her portfolio across numerous projects in the Brighton and Sussex area. She also has a keen interest in land art and community-driven art and has worked on a variety of art installations, competitions and site-specific artworks in the UK and Europe.