On Tuesday 19 March 2019, South Derbyshire Council approved the Reserved Matters for the £87m development of 400 new homes at Cadley Park in Swadlincote. The site, extending to approximately 200 acres, was formerly known as Cadley Hill Colliery. Closure of the Colliery in 1988 marked the end of deep coal mining in South Derbyshire.
A £6.3 million proposal for a Dry Leisure Centre at Market Rasen, situated on Gainsborough Road was approved at West Lindsey District Council Planning Committee on Wednesday 6th February 2019.
Beal Homes has submitted plans for the first phase of a large-scale development of 800 homes in Goole, East Yorkshire. They plan to build houses on a 29 hectare site in Goole over a 15-year period, creating a development with an estimated value of £130m. Outline ...
Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce and headline sponsors, Fraser Brown Solicitors have announced the finalists for the third annual Greater Lincolnshire’s Construction and Property Awards 2019; Influence are proud to be among the shortlisted nominees.
On Saturday 17 November, Shona Hatton had the pleasure of attending the Lincolnshire Gardens Trust AGM. She was invited by Steffie Shields MBE, an eminent landscape historian and writer who is also chairperson of this important organisation. Their chosen venue for the day was the ...
Sara and Shona were pleased to exhibit again at this year’s East Midlands Expo. The Expo is an annual event focussing on property, construction, finance and business and is a great day for networking.
I admit, as an architecture student, I had no idea what a Landscape Architect did. I didn't know what an LVIA was, nor planning statement or planting schedule.
“Good landscape plays such an important role in all of our lives. It is where people place, and nature connect. It makes us feel good, improving our well-being through better planned, greener cities and open spaces. There are some pretty big challenges ahead as our cities continue to grow and the environment comes under more pressure.” - Adam White