Are you a land developer looking for a preliminary ecological appraisal or who needs to comply with planning conditions relating to ecology and landscape issues before you can move forward with your project?
Do you want expert ecological and landscape solutions that ensure unique and wildly appealing outdoor living space for your future residents?
Will you be submitting your project to an environmental accreditation scheme such as Home Quality Mark or BREEAM?
I can help you.
I am an experienced ecologist and horticulturist who produces schemes that suit the local environment, benefit wildlife and that look stunning.
Why Hire Me to Create a Landscape Plan for Your Project?
*I know exactly what you need to get approval of a plan to move forward with success as I have worked within local planning authorities and I know what they are looking for.
*I also meet the criteria of a ‘Suitably Qualified Ecologist’ for BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), Home Quality Mark, Code for Sustainable Homes and other assessment schemes.
*I am a full member of both the Institute of Ecology & Environmental Management and the Institute of Horticulture.
*I help your development process to go smoothly by taking care of ecological and landscape elements of your project so that you can focus on the building with peace of mind and a cost-effective design solution.
My landscaping schemes include tried and trusted recommendations to create vibrant settings for new buildings that soften their impact and create enjoyable spaces. They can include edible plants for casual foraging and allow an informal connection with nature for mindful relaxation.
“From the outset, Yvonne understood our client’s brief and provided concise and practical landscape design, being particularly helpful with Code for Sustainable Homes compliance. Yvonne incorporated both horticultural and ecological knowledge and experience, and I would have no hesitation in recommending her for any project that requires a landscaping input” (Roger Fagg, Architect)