We are hiring!

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a recently Chartered Landscape Architect or candidate for chartership. As an inter-disciplinary practice, you will enjoy a diverse workload, including working on prestigious projects, contributing to LVIAs and GBAs etc. Comprehensive BIM/Revit training will be given. Competitive salary. Full-time, permanent role (flexible working or part time may be considered). For more information, please contact Karolyn at km@open-spaces.co.uk or 01277 356511 *No agencies please

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Development proposal for land at Plevna Crescent, Tottenham gains planning approval

The application for an enhanced scheme for development on disused railway land in the heart of Tottenham has now gained full planning consent from Haringey Council.The revised proposal focusses exclusively on land at Plevna Crescent and includes four residential buildings comprising some 70 apartments, with underground parking, associated formal communal landscape areas, green roofs and …

‘The Triangle Project’ near completion

It was over Two years ago that Open Spaces began working with Bouygues UK as their consultant Landscape Architects on the new £120 million headquarters for Cambridge Assessment. Working within a multi-discipline BIM compliant team, Open Spaces Successfully brought the Landscape design for ‘The Triangle Project’ through stage 4 (Design Development) to completion and handover.

Quality Management Standard ISO 9001 achieved

We are proud to announce that Open Spaces has achieved QMS ISO 9001 registration in Quality Management Standard. This internationally recognised Standard means our clients can be assured of our commitment to the highest quality of work produced within a fully audited Quality System. Likewise our valued workforce can also benefit, improving their satisfaction in …

Approved planning permission for Shendish Manor

Working on the Shendish Manor Hotel development proposal has been an exciting restoration project for Open Spaces. The Grade II Listed status of the hotel complex meant that many planning requirements focused on the surrounding landscape. Open Spaces provided services tailored to the historical context, ensuring the proposed restoration works paid homage to the formal …