Quarterly News

Nov ’21: Building with Nature

BEA_BwN_assessorCongratulations to Thomas for passing his accreditation as a ‘Building with Nature’ approved assessor.

If you’d like to find out how we can help with your project please get in touch with BEA.

Or click here to find out more about BwN.

Oct 20′: Lake Vrynwy Planning Approval

BEA_LakeVrynwy1Lake Vrynwy car park extension & road improvements has just been awarded planning approval. We provided arboricultural consultancy (tree survey, AIA etc), soft landscape design and concept car park layout design working on behalf of RSPB Cymru and Severn Trent as part of wider NHLF project.

SEPT ’20: Lake Vyrnwy Experience Project

Lake Vyrnwy Experience Project submitted for Round 2 Application:

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BEA_Lake_Vyrnwy1Working on behalf of RSPB Cymru and HD, Bea Landscape Design supported the Architects George + Tomos through the development stage of this remarkable project.  Focused on the re-presentation of the Grade 1 Listed Dam, Llanwyddyn Conservation Area and RSPB Nature Reserve the project included Landscape and Arboricultual services for the new visitor centre, car park extension and trail refurbishment with Landscape Character and Key View assessment to support the Conservation Plan.

Mar ’20: CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE:

We would like to reassure you that BEA Landscape Design Ltd is operating as normal over the coming weeks and months.

Our staff have the ability to work remotely from home.  Therefore providing our staff and their families are well, there should be little to no disruption to the current or future services.

Rest assured that we will make every effort to ensure that you will still receive the high standard of service and convenience you have come to expect during this period.

Should you have any queries, questions or additional requirements in respect to any upcoming project then please do not hesitate to contact us.

Sept ’19: Planning Success for Project Mercia

Planning approval for the new Jaguar Land Rover’s distribution centre at M42 Junction 11, near Appleby Magna, was granted by committee on 3rd September 2019.

BEA_IMP_JLR-Unit1Working on behalf of IM Properties, Bea Landscape Design Ltd provided the Landscape Visual Impact Assessment as well as extensive detailed designs for the landscaping around this 2.94 million square foot building.

Within this 238 acre former farmland site, over 30,000 trees are to be planted, creating a massive 30 acres of new native woodland.

If you would like us to be involved in your project or find out more about our range of services please do not hesitate to contact us.