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Colvin & Moggridge appointed by the National Trust for Bridgewater Drive, Ashridge Estate project

Colvin & Moggridge have been appointed by the National Trust to improve car parking arrangements and the visitor experience along Bridgewater Drive on the Ashridge Estate, Buckinghamshire. During peak times this hugely popular site is becoming degraded due to the high numbers 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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Historic Royal Palaces Appointment

Colvin & Moggridge are happy to announce our appointment to The Historic Royal Palaces Landscape Architecture Framework; The Historic Royal Palaces are responsible for the upkeep of six extraordinary palaces, and their landscape settings, including: Hampton Court Palace, READ MORE
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Colvin & Moggridge appointed as landscape architects to Capability Brown landscape, Langley Park.

Colvin & Moggridge has played a vital role in the conversion of Langley Park – an important Palladian mansion house, set in a Capability Brown landscape – into a 5* hotel and spa. First, in 2013, by helping to secure the necessary planning consent and today by READ MORE
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Historic farm valley restored as modern sheds demolished.

Stockadon Farm near Aveton Gifford in South Devon is being restored to its late 19th-century character as part of a reorganisation of farm management. The construction of a tenanted farmyard with stock sheds offsite has created a unique opportunity to return the heart of this READ MORE

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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