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L A N D S C A P E

DESIGN  &

PLANNING

We are Landscape Architects, Landscape Planners and Urban Designers

Liz Lake Associates believe elegant, inspiring and safe places provide a positive and lasting benefit to our quality of life and well-being. Our approach to projects is holistic, no matter how large or small. From the outset, we start with a fresh vision, take a broad view to assess the context, find local inspiration, devise a strategic and sustainable approach, and propose creative solutions.

FEATURED PROJECTS

St Martins Square, Basildon
RAF BENTLEY PRIORY
DOWN HALL, HATFIELD
trent basin, nottingham
LINCOLN SCIENCE AND INNOVATION
The Old Brewery, Southville

WHATS NEW?

Great British Bake Off, Down Hall

Liz Lake Associates are proud to see that the Great British Bake Off was filmed at the Down Hall Hotel this year where we have been working on improvements to the landscape for many years. SEE THE RealityTitBit's FILMING LOCATION REVIEW HERE It's exciting news to have...

Private Residence, Bishops Stortford

Refurbishment of this private urban garden creating a contemporary style for year round interest and use.February 2020September 2020

Hatherley Care Home, Cheltenham

A recent visit to Hatherley Lane Retirement Home in Cheltenham revealed the excellent progress being made on the scheme. The majority of the hard and soft landscape has now been implemented and some residents have already moved in and are enjoying using the extensive...

Private Garden in Construction!

Good to see our latest private garden scheme progressing so well on site. Boundary treatments, mature trees and the Wisteria umbrella have been implemented and are looking excellent. Currently the curved pathways and circular patios are being constructed. We're...

Basildon in bloom!

We recently visited St Martin’s Square Basildon and just look what is waiting for the Basildon community when the ‘Big Bounce Back’ gets underway! The Square is looking fantastic, full of colour and an excellent addition to what will hopefully be a busy High Street...