Colvin & Moggridge
uniquely personal landscapes

Meadow Success

We have had the pleasure of helping our client realise his vision for a wildflower meadow, partly sheltered by new woodland but taking advantage of wide views across the Oxfordshire countryside. This summer we were pleased to receive a link to his short aerial video of the meadow READ MORE
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Less is Lonemore

Colvin & Moggridge are pleased to have worked with the award-winning architect Mary Arnold-Forster ( on the setting of a single-storey two-bedroom house and weaving studio in Gairloch’s crofting township of Lonemore, in the West Highlands of READ MORE
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New pools and cascade for Grade ll* listed park

Colvin & Moggridge have gained planning consent, with no pre-commencement conditions, to create two pools with connecting cascade in a listed Grade II* parkland associated with Humphry Repton. Our work included the design of the water features and preparation of an Heritage READ MORE
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Uniquely personal gates.

Colvin & Moggridge designed these stunning gates as intriguing and artistic eye-catchers within a new Berkshire Maze Garden.  They open onto an intimate secret garden inside the yew-hedged maze, which has been simply planted with delicately scented, white-flowered ornamental READ MORE
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Deer herd given run of newly restored and expanded park.

For three years we have worked closely with client, estate manager and deer-keeper to re-design this small Berkshire deer park, doubling its size to over 40ha, but skilfully minimising the visual impact of the new enclosure.  Now taking in a short stretch of the Thames Path, our READ MORE
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Landscape for sports hall & fitness centre used as Olympic base.

We are celebrating the completion of the new sports hall and fitness complex at St Mary’s University in Twickenham. The project was grant aided by Sport England and the new facilities were used as the UK base for the South African Olympic Team. Looking beyond the immediate site READ MORE
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