Come Spring Little Peacocks, the Gloucestershire practice garden, bursts into bloom. The gardens open to the public once a year as part of the National Gardens Scheme and this year they’ll open READ MORE
Colvin’s archive, donated by Hal Moggridge back in February 2014, now resides at MERL (the Museum of English Rural Life). MERL is part of the University of Reading and was most recently the location for READ MORE
London’s green spaces. Pocket parks: the design challenge.
A talk, delivered by Marcus Shields as part of a recent TFL / Urban Design seminar, addressed this current, critical urban landscape design challenge. Open space within the city is a limited thus READ MORE
Innovative placement of new classical country house in disused railway embankment clinches NPPF Para 55 planning permission.
Building a new house in the open countryside is virtually impossible. The only glimmer of hope: Para 55 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). Para 55 bypasses the stringent planning READ MORE
Cherkley Court wins court appeal with unanimous decision.
The Court of Appeal has overturned the decision of the High Court to quash the Planning Permission granted to Cherkley Court by Mole Valley District Council. Three Court of Appeal Judges unanimously READ MORE
Our first landscape film: 20 years in the Royal Parks.
In January 2013, the opportunity to work with film director Will Woodward coincided with our desire to do something special to mark our 20-year association with the Royal Parks. The result was a READ MORE
Our landscape design for this private, Cheshire garden will expand the existing Hosta Glade, which Colvin and Moggridge created in 2004. This new phase of construction and planting will use water, READ MORE
Colvin and Moggridge, in partnership with the land owner, DeLoitte and Landmark Chambers, have submitted a Masterplan for the development of the Charles Hill Nursery site near Farnham, Surrey. The READ MORE