Commercial Projects

Ecologically rich, landscape-led landscapes
Downland Living Museum
Downland Living Museum: Landscape Architecture Visitors Centre
Knoll House Site Plan
Knoll House Hotel: Landscape Architecture Hotel Redevelopment
Landscape Residential Design
Traffic Light Houses: Landscape Residential Development 
Communal Landscape Gardens
Tavistock Road: Communal Landscape Gardens
Queens Park Masterplan
Friends of Queen's Park: Victorian Park Redevelopment 
Hove Lagoon Sketches
Friends of Hove Lagoon: Public Realm Rewilding
Roedean Green Houses: Residential landscape design 
North London Sustainable Homes: Ecological landscape spaces
Davey's Yard: Communal residential and office space
Brighton Greenway: Natural planting in Brighton city centre
“Natural England (2011) estimated that between 1930 and 1983, 97% of wildflower-rich grasslands were lost in England and Wales and that as little as 7500 ha remained by 2010. “

We are a landscape design studio that believe that simplicity, nature and wildlife should be central to the design process.

Landscape-led projects create outdoor spaces that allow people to gain the benefits of being close to nature and let children discover and learn through natural play.

There is an increasing pressure on our environment and as landscape designers, we are in a position to make a real difference. Roof terraces, private gardens, large landscapes and commercial developments can all contribute towards rich and biodiverse surroundings.

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SDNPA Landscape-Led Approach

Para 55 / Para 79

What is Paragraph 79 (former Paragraph 55)?
Paragraph 79 (former paragraph 55) refers to a section of the 2018 National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) relating to building new isolated homes in the open countryside. In July 2018, the government updated the NPPF. The ‘Paragraph 55’ (or ‘Para 55’) policy changed in name to ‘Paragraph 79’, though the content itself remains intact. If there ever was a part of a planning policy that could be described as truly ‘interesting’, then Paragraph 79 of the NPPF would be one of the contenders. For a client, the policy allows the possibility to build an unprecedented home on a piece of land that would otherwise be unsuitable for development, and in so doing, to commission and own a bespoke piece of architecture.

We provide landscape plans and hand-drawn visuals to articulate the narrative behind the design, materiality and contextural relationship of the proposed house and garden to the local planning authority or design review panel. 

Modern landscape design and planting plans inspired by nature.

Nicholas Dexter Studio
55 Canning Street
Brighton. BN2 0EF
UK

t -  01273 692878 



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