Sustainable development includes economic, social and environmental dimensions. If we emphasize one, at the cost of another, we can compromise their wellbeing.

We can make a difference: if we choose to.

A city of well-connected, attractive green spaces, that offer safe opportunities for urban residents for active mobility and sports as well as for stress recovery, recreation and social contact, is likely to be more resilient to extreme environmental events…Such a city is also likely to have healthier citizens, reducing demands on health services and contributing to a stronger economy.
— The WHO report "Urban Green Spaces and Health - A review of evidence" 2016

The health benefits of Green Infrastructure are well known. In social terms, a community that is not healthy is not sustainable. Many in our communities suffer from significant levels of avoidable ill-health; Obesity, Diabetes, Cancers, Stroke, Heart Disease, Anxiety, Depression, Stress and Dementia. Research has demonstrated that the natural environment can contribute to the prevention and treatment of these conditions. As such, creating places and spaces which can improve health, is fundamental to the creation of sustainable and resilient communities. For this reason, the ability to assess existing Parks and Green Spaces for health, and identify positive, evidence based improvements, is fundamental to the creation of health promoting towns and cities.  

 Our Mission

Our Mission is to  contribute to the creation of sustainable healthy communities through evidence based health assessment and landscape design, addressing environment factors, biodiversity and health.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility

Under our Corporate Social Responsibility Policy we have developed the Free Parks for Health Survey. The Parks for Health Audit is also made available at no cost for charities. We are proud to work alongside Parks for London, a charity promoting the creation of health promoting Parks and Green Spaces, who with a number of Local Councils and Friends of Parks Groups have assisted in the evolution and testing of the Toolkit.


By combining qualifications and experience in Ecology, Landscape Design and Public Health, we have developed a holistic approach to Landscape Architecture to deliver health promoting places and spaces alongside biodiversity enhancement and amenity.