AUTUMN START: Public Open Space
As part of the £8.4m affordable housing scheme constructed by Wates Living Space Homes, the Paxman Landscapes team are due to start Phase 1 of the landscaping this Autumn 2017. The new development of 86 homes has taken shape on the site of the former Milldane flats in Orchard Park, Hull. The development includes a residential care home, public open space and social housing.
The Landscaping at Milldane
The planting of the public open space and outlying areas will begin in earnest this month. Featuring 14/16cm and 18/20cm girth heavy standard trees, the planting also includes seeding, shrub planting and ground cover. The ornamental planting plan follows the design created by the Paxman design team.
This scheme follows recent successes in landscaping similar schemes with Wates Living Space, including the Redwood Glades Care Home.
Update: Planting Begins
The team are on site now (October) and the scheme is beginning to take shape. Follow our stories on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin to keep track of our progress.
Work continues across commercial and domestic projects for the Paxman teams this month. We’re all about the plants this week – with several projects bursting with shrubs, ornamental plants and wildflower. Take a look at how our planting scheme at Costa Coffee in Ellesmere Port is taking shape for Royd Developments…
Autumn Landscaping for Stainforth Construction
Ancon HQ, Sheffield (on a drier day!): Our Landscape Design will flank the right side of frontage this September
Landscaping waits for no one – especially not inclement weather! Completed to our own design, we will be bringing this to completion this week – it’s going to be a wet one!
One of our Soft Landscaping teams is charged with shrub planting and turfing at Ancon Building Products HQ in Sheffield. Another project on behalf of Stainforth Construction, we will be on site for just three days, after which the head office extension will be blessed with new plants and turf.
Another feather in our landscaping caps is now complete in Leigh, Lancashire. The new retail park now sports trees, hedging and herbaceous to both break up and punctuate boundaries, borders and parking areas. With additional bulb and shrub planting, including climbers, the scheme is now fully operational.
In association with Vector Landscape Design and Ratcliffe and Sons.
Parsonage Way Retail Park, Leigh
New Showroom gains new landscaping: Autumn 2017
Due for an Autumn 2017 start, we will be on site to complete the landscaping of the Skoda Nissan showroom in Dartford. On behalf of the main contractor, BDB Design and Build, the surrounding soft landscaping, planting and groundcare includes the introduction of specimen shrubs. To complement the forecourt and parking designs, low ground cover and herbaceous varieties will be planted.
We have recently completed the ornamental planting to a design created by Smeedon Foreman. The landscaping elements of a new retail area at Marshalswick, St Albans were delivered this August 2017. The main contractor was Stainforth Construction and the planting was expertly completed by the Paxman Soft Landscaping team.
Images to follow.
Planting and landscaping at top notch Sheffield Hilton Hotel
Working to a design and build concept from a leading design and construction company, Finnegan, we are adding to our planned landscaping schemes this Autumn with the planting developments at Double Tree Hilton Hotel, Sheffield.
Nestled in a leafy suburb in reach of Sheffield, Chesterfield and the Peak District, the Double Tree Hilton will gain its newly-planted landscape courtesy of the Paxman Landscapes soft landscaping team.
Another chance to work with Finnegan who work in residential, commercial and industrial realms across the UK, this project is scheduled to start shortly.
Design and Build: Private Garden in Hazelmoor Fold
Hazelmoor Fold is a private housing development built on the site of the former Wilkinsons Brickworks in Elland near Leeds. This is one of our latest project starts where the client has used our Design and Build service. This ensures the client has a streamlined project from design to completion and allows the maximum control and flexibility throughout.
From brickworks to dream garden
This private homeowner’s rear garden has a landscape design reflecting the former brickworks, with careful consideration and specification of materials to replicate the original chimney construction.
Work will commence on site shortly.
Land Rover Landscaping Colchester: Superior Planting on its way
Lookers Land Rover in Colchester will be moving to a larger site, purpose-built and with the benefit of first class landscaping from Paxman Landscapes in 2017.
The 10,500 square metre site off Axial Way in Colchester will have the final landscaping underway this Autumn. The forecourt and surrounding areas and perimeters will have trees, shrubs and climbers as part of their planting. Geo-textile layers will be laid and wildflower seeding, hedging and an ornamental blend of shrubs will be planted by the Paxman soft landscaping team, starting in September 2017.
The landscape scheme has been designed by Andrew Hastings Landscape Consultants, a member of the Landscape Institute.
Trees, Shrubs and Seeding: Lidl Landscaping, Mirfield
Meeting the deadlines for a late summer opening (10 August), we have completed the landscaping at a brand new multi-million-pound Lidl store and 148-space car park. Built on former industrial land that had previously been left vacant since 2013. The 30,000sq ft store replaces – and doubles the size – of the store that was opposite.
The soft landscaping completed by the Paxman Landscapes team creates a green aspect around the car park, store entrance and roadsides. Large 16/18cm girth trees have been planted, accompanied by native shrubs and hedging, ground cover and grass seeding. All of the planting has been mulched to ensure healthy plant establishment and weed suppression.
Paxman Landscapes had previously been on site at the very start of the project build to remove trees and clear vegetation in preparation for the construction of the store itself, completed by Castlehouse Construction, Leeds.
The 30,000sq ft store replaces – and doubles the size – of the store that was opposite and will create up to 20 new jobs.