BALI Award Winners 2016

Dec 2016

In-Ex Landscapes received 4 National Awards at this year’s presentation at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane including the prestigious Principal award for best in category for Woodberry Down Kick Start Site 3. Managing Director – Anthony Thompson, commenting on this year’s success said:

“To be considered as a candidate for a principal BALI award is in itself a great feat, but to then win a principal award once again in 2016 is a testament to the dedication and commitment of the entire team at In-Ex landscapes. We are thrilled to once again be recognised for the quality of our workmanship”


London City Island – Progress Update

October 2016

In-Ex Landscapes have handed over the first phase of this project to our client EcoWorld / Ballymore releasing this unique project to residents and the public.

The landscaping enhances the distinct identity of City Island with parks, vast granite public squares and an open air fitness pool.

Riverside planting and mature trees encourage natural ecology and provide the habitats for nesting birds, insects and wildlife.



Royal Wharf Award

July 2016

Royal Wharf grasps one of the last opportunities to build a new town within London, introducing 3,385 residential units to a prime riverside location the development incorporates a high street, side streets, and the occasional mews, taking inspiration from the great estates that emerged in London, throughout its history, giving it a reputation as ‘the city of villages’.

Districts like Belgravia, Fitzrovia, Mayfair and Bloomsbury have unmistakable characters of their own, and Royal Wharf now joins the club: as much a local neighbourhood as it is a part of the capital.



Providence Tower Award:

May 2016

Providence Tower is the latest addition to our commercial portfolio and marks the pinnacle moment for the development of New Providence Wharf.

The 43-storey tower benefits from private balconies with breathtaking views, an elegant contemporary design aesthetic and a wealth of excellent facilities.

The landscaping has been designed by CBA architects and creates a fluid movement throughout the courtyards via contoured basalt planters and a contemporary canal leading to the grand water cascade all in the heart of Canary Wharf.