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One Hove Park

In 2011 we were approached by Hyde New Homes and Yelo Architects to design the private and communal gardens for a new residential development in Hove. It was an important site located on the corner of Old Shoreham Road and Goldstone Crescent. The front gardens were designed to form a wildlife corridor between Hove Recreation Ground and Hove Park and has therefore been planted with native species to develop the link between these natural spaces. Badgers had also taken up residence on site and a large section of the land was set aside to accommodate the setts.

The gardens (which are built on-top of the underground carpark) are designed to be a relaxed and informal space incorporating organic curves and natural planting which will evolve through the seasons providing a wealth of colour and habitats for wildlife to thrive. This includes wildflower mounds and mature native trees planted between units to ensure privacy between the secluded gardens.

This success was recognised at the UK Property Awards in 2015.

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