China Plate Farm, West Kirby

Client

Wallace Land Investments

Type

Landscape planning, landscape and visual assessment, residential site promotion

Details & Location

North of West Kirby, UK

Status

Site promotion

RSK Landscape (now part of Stephenson Halliday) was commissioned to produce a promotional document and landscape and visual analysis report for a proposed residential development on a 34 ha site located to the north of West Kirby, Wirral.

The analysis considered the constraints and opportunities with regard to landform and land cover, landscape and visual impacts, drainage, access, heritage and ecology. A ‘landscape led’ framework plan identifying potential development plots and opportunities for green and blue infrastructure, site access and connectivity within the existing site and the potential for biodiversity gains was developed, supported by sketches to help illustrate the design approach to the site.

Aerial landscape plan for porposed residential development.

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