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Nature conservation is an integral part of the landscape design process. At Kym Valley gardens, we draw on our experience working with the Wildlife Trust and other groups to offer guidance to help clients comply with legislation required by local Planning authorities. We regularly liaise and negotiate with authorities in London, and East Anglia to provide solutions for new habitat creation and its management.
Sensitive sites will require an initial phase one survey, this helps to identify important habitats and species and will inform us if a more detailed survey is required for a particular species. This survey helps to inform the final design solution and the landscape and biodiversity strategies for the site. We can also help clients further with the BREEAM criteria for sustainability, now part of meeting local and national Biodiversity Action Plan requirements when developing new sites.
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Havering atte Bower
Lower Bedfords Road
Landscape design is the process by which we shape our environment to create places to live, work, experience, share, play and travel through. Experts in this discipline, Kym Valley Gardens has experience in every aspect of landscape design, from the original conception of ideas, through to planting, implementation and landscape management.
With each project we aim to meet the client's particular requirements and needs, we have proven our expertise across East Anglia, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire. Using our expertise we create landscapes that enhance any site and the experiences of those using it. Working closely with architects, main contractors and the client we combine award-winning creativity with technical knowledge to devise cost-effective, and sustainable schemes in landscape design.
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