Neil Tully Associates | Urban Design- Landscape Architecture
is a small team of urban designers, landscape architects and horticulturalists, based in central London and operating throughout the UK and overseas. Neil has over 20 years experience in environmental consultancy and has been responsible for delivering significant landmark schemes both in the UK and abroad. With a background in the environmental arts, Neil directs the masterplanning and visual hallmark of a scheme proposal and is specialised in planning negotiation and documentation.
Neil Tully Associates
70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ
tel ++44 (0) 207 336 8218
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Recent Residential Landscape Masterplanning includes:
Orchard Park, Cambridge. NTA are developing the landscape masterplan of this significant city extension to provide an environment that is sensitively matched to the high density of the surrounding urban form.
Loves Farm, St Neots. Set to the east of the main town and intercity railway track, Loves Farm is being developed by Gallagher Estates as a medium density, mixed use, urban extension.
Wixams New Village, Bedford. NTA are currently implementing extensive infrastructure and public realm works at the Wixams new settlement in Bedfordshire.
NTA have worked on numerous masterplanning, community engagement and implementation schemes in Europe and Mediterranean countries.
Large scale retail and commercial leisure projects are approached with the same level of detailed consideration and careful design appraisal as our smaller projects.
This ensures a consistency and quality of product which is realised in the completed works on site.
NTA have extensive experience in Urban Design, ranging from Public Consultation, Landscape Strategy, Design Codes, D+A Statements, Landscape and Visual Impact Assessments, to Implementation.
With a background in the visual arts, NTA liaise closely with artists to create environmental solutions as well as stand alone creations.
A development of 199 luxury apartments and penthouses, designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, set next to Tate Modern and close to the iconic Millennium Bridge and St. Paul\'s Cathedral.
NTA were commissioned to detail the communal landscape areas including: the hardworks around woodland groves, herbaceous beds and tree planting. Construction details for 2 pedestrian bridges spanning the gardens and high quality precision-cut granite paving areas around the 4 tower blocks.
NEO Bankside won the BALI Hard Landscaping Construction Award for Frosts Landscape Construction. With the concept design and employers requirements by Gillespies, it has previously won the Landscape Institute Design for Small-scale Private Development Award.
The Dittons Road site in Polegate is a sustainable town extension providing employment, and residential elements set in an edge of town location and surrounded by protected Ancient Woodland.
Loves Farm St. Neots
Set to the east of the main town and intercity railway track, Loves Farm is being developed by Gallagher Estates as a medium density, mixed use, urban extension. It comprises approximately 1200 new homes, a new school, a town square, commercial centre and a greened park network. NTA are undertaking landscape masterplanning and parkland creation and will be overseeing the implementation of the landscape infrastructure.
Providing a sustainable landscape setting for a new settlement to the south of Bedford.
Arbury Park Cambridge
NTA are developing the landscape masterplan of this significant city extension to provide an environment that is sensitively matched to the high Density of the surrounding urban form.
When completed, Arbury Park will include offices mixed used leisure and commercial areas, a school, playing fields and urban parks and gardens. The residential units are based on a high density module and will be of mixed tenure in line with current governmental guidance.
NTA have recently completed a series of smaller landscape projects for a variety of commercial and local authority clients.
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