Practice Overview


Davis Landscape Architecture was established in 2009 by Justin Davis (CMLI). The practice has been steadily growing since then and we are now currently employ a team of 5 qualified landscape architects. Our work profile by sector is currently: • 75% Residential & mixed use • 10% Offices/ business park • 5% School • 10% Other Our work profile by stage is currently: • 40% To Planning • 60% Tender/ Construction The standard services we offer are Landscape Institute’s Stages 0 to 6. Our output typically includes: • Sketch designs to enable the discussion and costing of landscape options • Drawn and written information to support detail/ outline planning applications and to satisfy Conditions • Landscape architect’s Tender and Construction information • Maintenance & management plans We are very experience in podium deck landscape design with approximately 50% of our projects located on structural slabs. We often lead the external works coordination process, ensuring our landscape package of information and other consultants information is fully coordinated. We take responsibility for the setting out of all landscape elements including street furniture and lighting. We ensure we take sufficient time to ensure other consultants information aligns fully with our proposals. Our horticultural and plant knowledge is excellent. We pride ourselves on the production of attractive, robust planting schemes. This is complimented by our sound understanding of hard landscape detailing. As a practice we ensure we have current knowledge of the latest construction materials and techniques relevant to our discipline.

Davis Landscape Architecture Practice Overview

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