Embassy Gardens - Nine Elms

September 2014

In-Ex Landscapes are delighted to announce our appointment at this prestigious development with Ballymore Properties.

The centrepiece of the new quarter of Nine Elms is formed by Embassy Gardens, a development of commercial and residential buildings in an elegant architectural embrace around the iconic new US and Dutch Embassy buildings.

In-Ex Landscapes will be constructing the vast interlinking granite paved public spaces through New Union Square into the densely planted soft landscaping of the Linear park together with all podiums, private terraces and green spaces throughout this exciting landmark project.


Woodberry Down - Kick Start Site 3

March 2014

Following our multi award winning delivery of Woodberry Park, In-Ex Landscapes are proud to commence 2014 with the award of Kick Start Site 3 another prestigious development as part of the ongoing regeneration works within Finsbury Park N4.

Works will include private courtyard spaces together with public realm walkways swathed with drift planting and mature specimen trees overlooking more than 42 acres of tranquil open water.

Woodberry Down - Phase 2

February 2014

Block E has been one of the first two blocks to proceed within this seven block Woodberry Park Phase 2 development for Berkeley Homes. Block E is an eight storey building with a large plan area containing 180 apartments and houses a substantial two storey health centre at its northern side.

Landscape works will be constructed over 3 levels, at first and second floor levels over the car parks are undulating podium gardens with play areas and social seating areas, Ground floor landscaping consists of new mature specimen trees and soft landscaping.


Royal Docks - Minoco Wharf

January 2014

In-Ex Landscapes have agreed the initial stage works at this 41 acre site for the Ballymore Group, Landscaping to the Marketing Suite is due to commence in February and will be the start of this landmark development forming a new urban district adjacent to the river Thames.