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INFORMATION

Curriculum Vitae..........................................................................................................................4 Awards..........................................................................................................................................5 Masters:Surrealism.........................................................................................6 Bishopsgate Park.........................................................................................14

UNIVERSITY PROJECTS

Mijburg Development....................................................................................30 Public Art Negotiated Study..........................................................................40 Leeds City Park.............................................................................................50 St.Ann’s Hospital...........................................................................................56 Severalls Residential Scheme.....................................................................60

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

BPHeadquarters...........................................................................................68 BSF Projects..................................................................................................74 InternationalProjects.....................................................................................76 Contents 3


CONTACT

email: hannahmurton@live.co.uk tel: 07930152824

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS MUSIC, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, LITERATURE AND TRAVELLING I am passionate about my subject and this goes hand-in-hand with my love for travel. I am keen in exploring new places, which provides me with the opportunity for photography. I enjoy reading, painting and have a great love of music.

OTHER

I am a legal resident of the United States and have a Greencard allowing me to reside and work in America

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SKILLS

KEY

- Proficient with design programmes such as AutoCAD, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Keyscape and NBS Landscape - Competent design work that resolves key issues - 2+ years experience in office practice - Punctual, reliable, and friendly LEEDS METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY SEPT 2012 - OCT 2013 MA Landscape Architecture Essay and Design - Surrealism in Landscape Architecture: A Study into the Weird and Wonderful Award: Distinction SEPT 2012 - JUNE 2013 Post Graduate Landscape Architecture Award: Distinction Award from LDA Design for ‘Excellence in Design’

SEPT 2008 - JULY 2011 BA(hons) degree Landscape Architecture Award: First Class Honours Award for ‘Outstanding Work During Level Three’ from the LI branch of Yorkshire and the Humber Recieved Level 2 City and Guilds certificates for Computer Aided Design SHREWSBURY SIXTH FORM COLLEGE SEPTEMBER 2005 - JULY 2007 A-Levels: Fine Art (A) English Language and Literature (A) Classical Civilisation (B) AS-Levels: Media Studies (A)

EDUCATION

AEDAS ARCHITECTS LTD, SHREWSBURY, SHROPSHIRE JULY 2009 - SEPTEMBER 2009 AUGUST 2007 - SEPTEMBER 2008 Landscape Architectural Assistant Use of CAD and rendering software Creating presentations for client meetings Use of Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator Issuing drawings to contractors

EXPERIENCE

WORK

BROADWAY MALYAN LTD, WEYBRIDGE, SURREY JULY 2013 - Present AUGUST 2011- AUGUST 2012 Assistant Landscape Architect Worked on projects from inception stage through to construction Experience within commercial, residential and private sectors Technical resolution at detail design stage Responsible for full Planning and Construction packages Design experience Worked on UK and EU based projects


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Masters

October 2013

Surrealism in Landscape Architecture: A Study into the Weird and Wonderful For the MA I wanted to delve into a subject I was very interested in; Surrealism. I saw the MA as an opportunity to learn and to design within a field which is removed from landscape architecture, but would open the door to interesting design resolutions. The first part of the report consisted of a research study into the Movement and architects and designers, both pre and post movement, who had worked by applying certain principles of Surrealism. I enjoyed discovering the world of

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Edward James, Claude Cormier, Ivan Hicks and Thomas Church. I found the study to be inspiring and interesting. This led me to chose six spaces in which central London to design a surrealist intervention, based purely on my own personal thoughts.


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This office building on Union Street already plays with your depth of perception due to the narrowing triangular space created by the angle of the building and the ground. The overall wedge effect and the visual impact of windows sinking into the ground is both aesthetically stimulating and intriguing. The change in size and the warped depth of perception this space offeeds was a unique starting point for the surrealist intervention of a Jungle.

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THE JUNGLE


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This narrow alleyway links two main thoroughfares that run north towards the Thames in Southwark. The bollards at either end reveal this space is for pedestrian use only. However, the presence of moss and lichen suggests a lack of use throughout this space. This space offered an excellent opportunity for public art, which transforms the dereliction to a place of life, colour and vibrancy, and consequently may entice more traffic.

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T H E S WA M P

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Bishopsgate Park

May 2013

The regeneration of Braithwaite Viaduct and surrounding area in Shoreditch, East London This project formed my Major Design work, and was based on the regeneration of the old Bishopsgate Goods Yard in Shoreditch. The site itself is situated on split levels above and below the disused Braithwaite Viaduct. The brief for this design was to create a green urban parkland that will promote community cohesion and growth within Hackney and Tower Hamlets, and to encourage all ages, sexes, races and faiths to come together and enjoy a shared space, set within a deeply urban environment.

Originally built as a passenger terminus for the Eastern Counties Railway - 1840

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The working Goods Yard after it closed to passengers in 1881

The development formed around community interactivity and green space, highlighting the history of the area and allowing for maximum access and enjoyment for all users.

Fighting the fire that destroyed the upper levels of the Goods Yard in 1964

The Goods Yard closed down after the fire and dereliction ensued over the next forty years

The new Shoreditch High Street Overground Station opens in 2010


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After a fire destroyed the upper levels of the working goods yard, the site was left alone in the ensuing 40 years and became derelict. With such close proximity to attractions such as the City of London, Brick Lane, and Spitalfields Market, the site was in a prime location for redevelopment. Contrary to the current planning frameworks for this part of London, my approach to the development was one of open space and areas for community growth, rather than another high-rise, high commercial development. Roadway leading to the top of the viaduct

Open ground behind freestanding wall to Sclater Street

Station entrance

Raised viaduct looking west

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Views impeded by Overground line, looking south

Space underneath the viaduct

Overground lines raised in a concrete block


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VIADUCT LEVEL COMMUNITY GARDENS

formal boulevard and park spaces

community centre, allotments, orchards

station welcome plaza play and sports provision

GROUND LEVEL F O R M A L PA R K formal boulevard and park spaces

informal relax space

Separating two distinct character areas on two separate levels Bishopsgate Park - Existing Site and Initial Development 17


rail station entrance space

copying track lines

diagonal entrances

removal of BoxPark shops

making connections

keeping linear lines diagonal division

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splitting the site


main access points

movement patterns

bring people in, make them linger...

relocation of BoxPark shops

studio space within arches

community space under viaduct

community garden meander play and exercise

forage

orchards and allotments

main access points

reinstate the fruit bank Bishopsgate Park - Sketch Designs 19


Section looking west through site

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Sunken railway tracks

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Cafe space within viaduct and children’s play areas at Community Garden level

Active frontage

Amenity lawn and meadow planting

Shoreditch High Street Rail Station entrance

Wooded planting

Bethnal Green Road

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Soft meadow planting to freestanding brick wall

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Play with water under the Overground

Active frontage with mounded lawns

Artistic studio space and community restaurant within viaduct arches and Community Centre and allotments at Community Garden level

Sunken rail tracks

Quaker Street residences

Quaker Street


The final masterplan for the site created the new Bishopsgate Park and Community Gardens. The internal viaduct spaces have been reconfigured into new shops, cafĂŠs, restaurants and studio spaces for arts and media. The lower level park contains areas for play and exercise, whilst the top viaduct level gardens cater for food production and community services.

RAMP ACCESS

RETAIL, CAFE AND RESTAURANT UNITS

This design seeks to reduce the social deprivation and lack of green open space that is so fundamental in Hackney and Tower Hamlets today.

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THE CITY OF LONDON

NEW COMMUNITY CENTRE

STAIRWELL AND ELEVATOR ACCESS

COMMUNITY GARDENS

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Orchards, allotments and community facilities

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Shopping, cafĂŠs and restaurants

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The general planting strategy for Bishopsgate Park is one that highlights form and texture. As this area is bordered on all sides by the large existing structures, the planting will be softer and more tactile to mitigate the impact of these buildings. The design ethos of the park is to keep clear lines and open space, therefore the planting at this level is mostly grasses and small flowering plants to provide a touch of colour and a finer texture to a very hard design. Groundcover and ornamental mixes are kept to a low height which, coupled with the line of tree canopies, creates structured and clear views through the park at eye level. As the areas to the north of the park will remain mostly in the shadow cast from Shoreditch High Street Rail Station and the Overground line, the planting in these spaces is predominantly shade-loving evergreen plants, common to native woodlands, which can tolerate colder and damper environments. This also provides a contrasting atmosphere to encounter whilst in the park: one of shadow and woodland scents and sounds. The layout of the planting mirrors that of the hard landscape. The grasses have a strong linear structure that sit perpendicular to the paths, while the meadow mixes and understorey shrubs are planted in swathes across the site. These organic shapes will grow and swell as the seasons change, creating year-round greenery for Bishopsgate Park.

Bishopsgate Park - Planting Strategy 25


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The woodland planting to the northern boundary of Bishopsgate Park creates a greener and denser atmosphere within the urban context of the development. Attention has been given to the mature heights of the specimen trees in order to create a high impact view from Bethnal Green Road. This area of tree planting is fundamental to the feeling of arriving in a parkland space. Although Bishopsgate Park is not on the same scale as some of the other larger parks in London, the scale of the trees in this area creates the same feeling of arrival and grandeur.

Bishopsgate Park - Planting Strategy 27


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Bishopsgate Park - Model 29


Mijburg Development

February 2013

A group project designing a new island development for Amsterdam This project took place in Amsterdam, the capital city of the Netherlands. The population of Amsterdam is continuing to rise at a steady rate and as such puts a great amount of pressure on the need for housing. The city is mostly built on reclaimed land, the result of dredging of the Ij, and as such one of the characteristics of the city is the pattern of radial canals that slice through the city fabric. Historically, the need for land in Holland, in particular the pressure for housing in Amsterdam, has always led to land reclamation. The new island development to the south-east of the city centre is called the Ijburg, and was the project focus for this study. The brief was to create a new island development, to be connected to the existing Ijburg islands.

Our Brief: To build an exemplary model for contemporary living, within a vibrant urban social fabric that will evolve into the future. University Projects - PGDip 30

Myself and three fellow students designed the new island development that we named Mijburg, and working within a group of peers proved to be a very enjoyable and rewarding experience.

Existing island development


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Vision Statement

To integrate all 7 biotope habitat types within the urban city fabric, allowing for progression of both humans and nature within Mijburg.

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R A D IA L PAT T E R N


The design ethos behind the Mijburg development was to encourage the seven biotope habitat types that are prevalent in Amsterdam today to be integrated with contemporary urban living. Our work led us to research extensively into the history, culture, ecology and prior developments for this area of Amsterdam and culminated in our final radial masterplan design. The goal of this study was to build an exemplary model for contemporary living, within a vibrant urban social fabric that will evolve into the future. The Mijburg Masterplan has achieved this through extensive research of existing plans, policies, history, culture and ecology. Together with an exciting application of landscape knowledge and imagination, the resulting plans showcase a well thought out landscape strategy

that could provide the development with the sustainable future plan that it needs. The overriding theme is of balance and harmony. Whilst complete self-sufficiency is unlikely to be achievable (given certain constraints such as space and climate), the Mijburg development aims to be balanced in terms of production and consumption of energy, fuel and food. The Masterplan caters for human, animal and plant life to equal status, and puts great focus on the creation and conservation of the habitat biotopes that are prevalent in Amsterdam. The crucial plan for cities of the future is to harmonise with their environments; to create an equilibrium between the built form and the natural processes that surround them. The Mijburg Masterplan is one more step toward achieving this balance.

Beachy Edge Hard Urban Edge Rocky Edge Soft Green Edge

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Major canal route

Beach edge Beachy Edge

Minor canal route Connection to mainland

Hard Urban Edge Hard material edge

Rocky edge Rocky Edge Soft Green Edgeedge Soft green

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WALKING DISTANCES 5 min 10 min 15 min 20 min

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One of the most important aspects of our design was for the new island development to be as sustainable as possible. To achieve this we instated an agriculture band to provide food for the residents. The agriculture band is divided into the following percentage uses: 40% Working farmland 40% Private allotments 10% Managed polytunnels 10% Publically accessible fruit orchards The working farmland will mainly focus of the production of grains, such as wheat and barley, and potatoes. The produce will be processed on site to be sold to various shops and restaurants in the market hubs on each island. By keeping the small industry of agriculture local, production, transport, and retail costs are kept low. Polytunnels allow for the artificial extension of warmer seasons, meaning many fruit and vegetables can be grown for longer periods of time, allowing for a bigger yield. The private allotments are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, and will be available to anyone who resides on the Mijburg development. The inclusion of allotments has been proven to help community cohesion, better air quality and the reduction of stress. In allowing private residents to grow food for non-commercial profit it also means that the transport of food onto the islands is much less. One of the main positive features of the allotments in Mijburg is that they provide links between biotopes; from the agricultural biotope through to the building biotope. Linked biotopes allow for easier movement of smaller mammals and also help improve green corridors throughout the site. The accessible fruit orchards serve an aesthetic as well as productive purpose. Volunteers from the community will maintain the orchards and produce will be sold locally. The main focus is to provide a social outlet for the growth of the neighbourhood residents. University Projects - PGDip 36


Mijburg Development - Agriculture 37


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In order to visualise in 3D what the proposed development could look like, myself and a fellow student constructed a model of one of the community hubs in the Mijburg masterplan.

Mijburg Development - The Model 39


Public Art - Negotiated Study

January 2013

A research module looking at the effect of artworks in the public realm This project formed an elective module for myself and a fellow student, in which we looked at the effect of public art and sculpture in Manchester, Bradford and Leeds. This gave us an opportunity to research the design ideas behind the artworks and to discover whether the cityscape reaped any benefits from them. This research into public art provided us with the opportunity to design an intervention for Clarence Dock in Leeds. Clarence Dock was part of a regeneration project for the South of Leeds which included high-end shops, restaurants and museums with a number of high-rise apartment blocks surrounding the dock. Whilst almost all of the residences are Existing Clarence Dock

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let, Clarence Dock itself has failed to attract the numbers of visitors it needs to become an affluent and busy part of the city. Many shops and restaurants have now closed, leaving behind derelict streets and large grey open spaces. The developer Allied London has recently acquired the public realm spaces here and have renamed the area New Dock. They plan to regenerate this area to become the vibrant south-side of the city that it has the potential to offer.

Our main outcome for this module was to design an artistic intervention that would help New Dock to become an attractive, fun and exciting destination for visitors.


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Public Art - Site Visits: Bradford, Manchester and Leeds 43


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The new Allied London development, called New Dock, intends to regenerate the derelict areas and empty units of Clarence Dock and turn this area of Leeds into a vibrant shopping and leisure destination. The strap line for this development is ‘Come. Dwell’ and so we used this as the main basis for our design development. We took the word ‘dwell’ and based a concept for public art works around this.

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places to sit and shelter

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to climb, jump, balance and play Public Art - Design Development 47


Much of our research into the concept of dwellings brought us to explore three-dimensional shapes as places to sit, shelter, play and rest. Honing in on the desire for New Dock to be a busy environment, we focused our designs on the idea of a hive. By abstracting the shapes of a bee hive we designed a large colourful sculpture-cum-playspace to reside within the large urban square in the centre of the development. A central column of colourful plastic ‘shelves’ are interconnected via ramps, slides and ladders to allow visitors to climb up to the top. On each ‘shelf’ is a place to sit and relax, and survey the world from an exciting and colourful spot. Orbiting the central ‘hive’ like are smaller ‘pods’ which act as benches and more private sheltering spaces. This design adds a sense of fun and frivolity to a previously barren and grey space, and we feel would act as a sort of psychedelic beacon to encourage visitors to the New Dock development. I found this project immensely enjoyable as I personally believe that there is not nearly enough fun, colour and light heartedness in urban spaces today. I think our cities need aspects of frivolity and cheer to harmonise the very grey urban environments that have become. This is something that I know can be achieved through Landscape Architecture and design.

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Leeds City Park

May 2011

Introducing green space into the city centre by the regeneration of Leeds Southbank This design, based on the concept of urban woodland, responded to the brief of creating a new green space on the south bank of the River Aire in Leeds. New areas of commercial and residential hubs act as vibrant communities to give a new lease of life to the south of the city. This vision provides cohesion across the site and a green infrastructure network of parks plazas and shared space to create a community heart. The main feature of this project was the new city park. Although Leeds is a city surrounded by green space, there is little or no existing park areas within close walking distance of the city centre. This masterplan seeks to rectify this whilst encouraging movement into the south. Green Infrastructure

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Vehicular Movement

Some of the design objectives for this project were: • To enhance the quality of life in this area by improving access to vital green spaces. • To re-establish green river corridors to benefit biodiversity. • To create distinct zones that enriches a sense of community and connect the city centre, Holbeck and Hunslet. • To create a destination park that encompasses re-established woodland and an active waterfront to provide a range of spaces and functions. • To address flooding issues by creating a lake as a water-catchment area. • To use pocket parks and plazas to give the neighbourhoods an identity as a destination and a place to live. Pedestrian Movement


LEEDS CITY CENTRE

HUNSLET HOLBECK Leeds City Park - Masterplan Proposal for Southbank 51


Listed buildings become ingrained in the parkland

Lakeside activities and destinations, as well as watercatchment

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Shared space creates a utopia for both vehicles and pedestrians

Internal plazas and active shop frontages create a lively, thriving district

Leeds City Park - Sections through the Masterplan 53


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The detail design stage of this project continued to be connected to the theme of urban woodland. The areas of parkland I chose to detail had the motif of ‘woodland meeting water’. The material choices for hard and soft landscaping were kept to natural hues and tactile finishes. Natural stone and wood decking made up the hardscape, whilst meadows and grasses created a soft atmosphere to the waters edge.

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St. Ann’s Hospital: Residential Scheme

August 2013 - October 2013

Full application for the renewal of St. Ann’s Hospital and adjoining residential area in Haringey, London Client: NHS Type: Residential and Healthcare This project took place across a hybrid planning application: Outline doorstep play and edible gardens. Roof gardens, sedum roofs and planning and Detail Planning. I was responsible for the creation of wildflower meadows create a ecologically sound development for the heart the full planning application, that included comprehensive hard and of north London. soft landscape plans as well as typical construction details. The site is home to many protected trees, including the rare True Service tree. The design scheme developed around the concept access to green space in the form of orchards,

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Broadway Malyan - St. Ann’s Hospital - Masterplan 57


Precedents: Doorstep play in the central park with access to nature. Professional Experience 58


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Severalls Residential Scheme

August 2011 -August 2012

Phase One - 74 residential units and surrounding spaces Client: Crest Nicholson Total build cost: ÂŁ17 million Type: Residential My role during this project was to create the tender package for planning permission and to ensure the approval of reserved matters. Phase one of this project includes 74 residential houses, the Sales Area, a homezone, attenuation ponds, swales and a play area. I worked closely with the in-house planners and architects, as well as the drainage and lighting engineers, the council and the client for this project.

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Road Ramps and crossings - To match Footways

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Existing Hedgerow - Refer to CBA Tree Survey for further information. Proposed NAR Trees - Tilia Cordata with understorey native shrub planting in single species clipped blocks. All trees are principal trees.

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P222

P221

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U220

U218

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U225

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Existing Trees - Refer to CBA Tree Survey for further information.

P5

U50 P144

P144

V

P77

P77

Tertiary Street and Feature Junctions (Type 6 Minor Access Road) Road surface - High quality concrete block paviour laid in an offset herringbone of 200x150m & 100x150mm. Colour: Red and Brown Blend. Footways - High quality concrete block paviour laid in a stretcher bond pattern using a random size mix of 200x150mm, 150x150mm & 100x150mm. Colour: Red and Brown Blend. Road Ramps and crossings - To match Footways

Cycle Stands in public Open Space

P105 P106

P108

U115 P78

P78 P81

V

P57

P56 P55

P104

P107 P108

U116

P79

P81

Drop Bollards

El Sub Sta

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P25

P100

7

P54

P102

P103

P15

U18 U21

P56 P109

P16 P15

P58

P54

P99

P100

P12 P16

U19

29

U20 P25

P110 P109

P17

V

P58 P67

U99

P110

U118

P79 P80

P80

Pergola with planting over to cover Parking

P24

P98

U119

U120 U121

U123 U124 U125

P13

P59 U139

P97

U122

Play Equipment

P24 U59

V

P97 P95

P93

Bus Shelter Benches/seats - to be of a high quality and constructed of robust Steel and Timber

V

P95

P93

P92

Secondary Street (Type 4 Minor Access Road) Road surface - Tarmacadam Footways - High quality concrete block paviour laid in a stretcher bond pattern using a random size mix of 200x150mm, 150x150mm & 100x150mm. Colour: Red and Brown Blend. Road Ramps and crossings - To match Footways

P89

P134

P142

P94 P92

P91

P94

P125

P132

P90

P91

P126

P131

P96

P90

P70

P70

U128 U129

P127

P135

P112

U127

P123

P136

V

Structural turf, for fire tender access

23

P76

U126

V U96

P76

U72

P77

P124

P88

U85

49.1m

P81

P121

P87 P86

V

P77

P120

P122

P85

Tower Lane, existing

Playing Field

U115 P78

P78

P72

P89

P84 U116

P79

P119

P88

P86

U117

P79 P80

P80

P81

P222

P221 P220

U122 U123 U124 U125

Severalls Hospital

U203

U118

U121

P117 P118

U220

U218 V

15

P115

V

Boulevard (Type 3 Feeder Road) Road surface - Tarmacadam Footway - High quality concrete block paviour laid in a stretcher bond pattern using a random size mix of 200x150mm, 150x150mm & 100x150mm. Colour: Red and Brown Blend. Road ramps and crossings - Granite Sett 100x100x100mm

Pathways in Areas of Public Open Space - Soft buff macadam/bonded Gravel i.e. Mastertint with metal edging.

P113

P116

Bus Stop

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44

P113

Y

DR

38

19

Orchard Villa

K AR

P105

P106

Parking bays - High quality concrete block paviour laid in an offset herringbone of 200x150m & 100x150mm. Colour: Charcoal. On road parking edge by flush kerbs

40 42

OXLE

P103

P104

P107

13

49.1m

P105

P106

P108

Crossing Points and Road Ramps - High quality concrete block paviour laid in an offset herringbone of 200x150m & 100x150mm. Colour: Red and Brown blend.

NS

49.4m

RO

U175

3 Weybridge Business Park Addlestone Road Weybridge, Surrey KT15 2BW T: +44 (0)1932 845 599 F: +44 (0)1932 856 206 E: Wey@BroadwayMalyan.com www.BroadwayMalyan.com

AD

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Note: Principal Trees: Prominent Trees with long term public amenity value. ref. LIS/A

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North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust & HCA

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Drawn

Date

1:1000@A1 DRP

13/05/10

Job number

Drawing number

Revision

26779

L-PH1-90-001

P05

2

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Description

Landscape Strategy

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Broadway Malyan - Severalls - Landscape Strategy 61


Contractors are not to scale dimensions f this drawing

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PLAY SPACE

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DK

DK

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104

105

102

103

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WS +46.555

SHARED SPACE FEATURE JUNCTIONS

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WS +46.555

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+48.65

WL (low)

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221

9

+49.

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223

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DK

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51

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+48.65

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Drawing updated based on comments by Colchester BC and Esse

12-02-03

Work in Progress

Date

Description

SALES AREA Permanent Landscape works within Sales Area Planning Application Reference GA dwgs: L-SA-90-100 and L-SA-90-101

MH +48.50

36

229

For Tender

12-02-23

MH

MH

+48.65

MH

215

Amended as per ECC requirements

12-03-23

MH

MH

41

12-08-13

MH

MH

DK

38

MH

DK

MH +48.60

MH

MH

VIEW OF SALES AREA

3 Weybridge Business Park Addlestone Road Weybridge, Surrey KT15 2BW T: +44 (0)1932 845 599 F: +44 (0)1932 856 206 E: Wey@BroadwayMalyan.com www.BroadwayMalyan.com

40 MH MH

233

232

234 Client

Crest Nicholson Project

SHEET 14418L/1A/5103 Professional Experience 62

Severalls Hospital, Phase 1A Description

General Arrangement Reference Plan


Broadway Malyan - Severalls - General Arrangement 63


FOR CONTINUATION SEE SHEET 28388-L-PH1A-90-101

Legend

Contractors are not to scale dimensions from this drawing

Phase 1A Application Boundary

NOTES: Non-adoptable Lighting - Proximity sensor lightings to back gardens/car ports - Temporary bollard lighting to temporary car park - Uplighting to trees (3 no. adjacent to attenuation pond)

Highways Visibility Splays (by SBA) For Adoptable Highways Boundary see SBA drawings Hard Landscape NB - See Details 5600 Series Road Surface (Type 3 & 4 roads) Tarmacadam. Colour: Black.

22

05 5601

For Levels, please refer to SBA drawing for adoptable areas, and URS for non-adoptable areas.

Pathway within Play Area - Self-binding gravel. Colour: Golden Amber, 12mm aggregates. Supplier: Breedon. Edge treatment Metal edging, Excel Edge Hi Grade steel edging. Galvanised 150H x 3000L x 3mm thick. Cycle Path - Tarmacadam, min 3m wide. Colour: Black

21

Shared Surfaces and raised tables - Marshall's Keyblok laid in herringbone pattern, 200x100x80mm thick blocks. Colour: Brindle.

02 5601

Homezone Entrance - Marshall's Keyblok laid in stretcher bond pattern, 200x100x80mm thick blocks. Colour: Brindle.

23

Parking bays and Driveways (HZ) - Marshall's Keyblok laid in herringbone pattern, 200x100x80mm thick blocks. Colour: Brindle.

16

Public Footway - Marshall's Keyblok Block Paving. Size 200Lx100Wx80Hmm. Pattern: 90° Herringbone. Colour: Bracken.

15

Residential Frontages - Marshall's Drivesett Tegula Deco 110Lx 110W x50mmH Cobbles, laid in stack bond pattern. Colour: Cotswold.

Location Plan Soft Landscape NB - See Planting Plans 5000 series and Details 5600 Series Existing Trees

Ramps to Raised Tables - Marshall's Keyblok laid in a stretcher bond, using 200Lx100Hx80mm thick blocks. Colour: Brindle. Edged with Marshall's Speedcheck 200x 220x 200mm units, laid in single course. Colour: Charcoal.

Proposed Trees - bark mulch to base of tree, edging to bark mulch to be 1500mm Galvanised Steel tree ring, colour: brown by Excel edge or similar and approved.

Tactile Paving to Crossing points - Standard Blister Paving by Marshalls, 400x400x50mm with textured finish. Colour: Buff.

24

14 20

Wildflower Meadow Planting - mix (dry) Wildflower Meadow Planting - mix (wet) and marginal plants

100mm Upstand Kerbs - Marshalls British Standard Kerb, 145x255x915mm. Colour: Natural. All kerb types including quadrants, internal and external angles.

17

DK

01 5603

02 5602

Native and Ornamental Shrubs (including herbaceous and bulb planting)

Dropper Kerbs - Marshalls British Standard Kerb, 125x255/150x915mm. Colour: Natural.

25mm Upstand Dropped/Centre Kerbs - Marshalls British Standard Kerb, 125x150x915mm. Colour: Natural. 6mm upstand at pedestrian crossings NOTE: 6mm upstand provided at all main pedestrian crossing points.

12 01 5603

25 PE:101

Mown Grass

125mm Upstand Kerbs - Marshalls British Standard Kerb, 125x255x915mm. Colour: Natural. All kerb types including quadrants, internal and external angles.

13

19 18

VIEW OF HOMEZONE

Bark Chippings - Play Safety Surfacing: Pine Play Bark by PlayBark. Edge treatment: ExcelEdge Borderline Steel Edging. Colour: Brown Powder Coated. 100mm H x 2m L x 3mm thick. BLVET rubber capping along length. Colour: Brown.

Flush Edging (Homezone) - Marshall's ML Keyblok Half Blocks laid in single row 100x100x80mm. Colour: Bracken Flush Edging to Carriageway - Marshall's Keyblok laid in two rows stack bonded, 200x100x80mm thick blocks. Colour: Brindle.

01 5603

Flush Edging to Footways - Marshall's PCC EF Flat Top Edging, 50x150x915mm. Colour: Natural. Parking bays (and highways adoption boundary) - Delineated through single course Marshall's Keyblok, 100wx200L x80mm thick. Colour: Charcoal.

06 5600

05 5600

Homezone Feature Banding (below seating) - Marshall's ML Keyblok Half Blocks laid in stack bond, triple row 100x100x80mm. Colour: Bracken Tree Pits in hard standing - Permeable Resin bound gravel to tree pit. Colour: Chocolate, 10mm/6mm aggregates. Supplier: Sureset.

10

DK

DK

Feature band: Within Feature Junction: 3 rows of Marshall's Tegula 120Wx80Lx80mmH Setts. Colour: Red/Charcoal Multi. Within Homezone: 3 rows of Marshall's ML Keyblok Half Blocks 100Wx100Lx80mmH. Colour: Bracken Fences, Railings and Structures NB - See Details 5600 Series Temporary hoarding

11

04 0 0 56

9

1

Gates - Vehicular access, 1.8m high Vertical Bar Gates, Hot dip galvanised steel, painted black, RAL 9005, 30% gloss. To all visible surfaces.

02 3 0 56

Boundary Fence - To Architect's detail

2

b 01 00 56

WS +46.555

Knee Rail - 450mm high timber knee rail to parking bay edges.100mmx100mm supported by timber posts at 1800mm centre spacings.

WS +46.555

Street Furniture

3

+48.65

WL (low)

R CO

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4

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6

8-

+48.65

LSA

Benches within play area - Woodscape. Type 2.

Timber Pergola to Parking Court - Treated Softwood Timber with Coloured Stain finish. Bollards - RS001 by Marshalls 114mmØ x 1000mm H and 300mm Below ground depth. Brushed Stainless Steel Cycle Stands - RCS1 Sheffield Cycle Stand by Marshalls, 750mm L x 750mm H and 48mmØ CHS, Brushed Stainless Steel. Lighting - refer to MMA drawings for detailed information.

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+49.00 B

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Litter Bin within play area - Hardwood bin with removable lid by Tabula. Size: 900mm H x 540mm W.

Benches within Homezone - Streetlife R&R Curved bench.

5

SE

MH MH

12-05-01

For Planning

12-03-23

For Tender

12-02-23

Drawings updated based on comments by Colchester BC and Essex CC

12-02-03

Work in Progress

Date

Description

MH

3 Weybridge Business Park Addlestone Road Weybridge, Surrey KT15 2BW T: +44 (0)1932 845 599 F: +44 (0)1932 856 206 E: Wey@BroadwayMalyan.com www.BroadwayMalyan.com

Timber picnic tables within play area - Hardwood Winer Diner by Tabula

FO

WL (high)

Revision

Amended as per ECC requirements

Gates - Pedestrian access, 1.8m high Timber Featherboard gate by Jackson Fencing or similar.

DK

+47.500 +46.185

10m 12-08-13

Timber Fencing - 1.8m high Timber Fencing by Jackson Fencing or similar.

+49. +48.500

Brick Wall - to Architect's detail

20m

5m 0m P05 P04 P03 P02 P01

Client

Crest Nicholson Project

Severalls Hospital, Phase 1A Description

General Arrangement Sheet 1 of 3

Status

FOR PLANNING

30

P31

Scale

MH

K MH

P31

29

Professional Experience 64

DK

Drawn By

Date

1:200@A1

DRP

FEB 2012

BM Job Number

Crest Drawing Number

Revision

28388

14418L/1A/5101

P05

Original size 100mm @ A1 Copyright Broadway Malyan Limited


Broadway Malyan - Severalls - Homezone 65


Meadow planting and grassland edge the pond, with aquatic planting included as below.

Attenuation Pond Plan @ 1:200

Key

Section @ 1:100 Proposed Trees

Submergent and Emergent Plants

Emergent Plants

Marginal and Bog Plants

Water Starwort Callitriche palustris

Amphibious bistort Persicaria amphibia

Bugle Ajuga reptans

Water Crowfoot Ranunculus aquatilis

Water Forget-Me-Not Myosotis scorpioides

Marsh Marigold Caltha palustris

Floating Sweetgrass Glyceria fluitans

Bogbean Menyanthes trifoliata

Yellow Flag Iris pseudacorus

Fringed Water Lily Nymphoides peltata

Flowering Rush Butomus umbellatus

Purple Loosestrife Lythrum salicaria

Water Mint Mentha aquatica

Marsh Woundwort Stachys palustris

Mown Grass

Meadow Planting - mix (dry) Submerged and Floating Leaf Plants Emergent Plants Marginal and Bog Plants

Attenuation Pond to Sales Area The attenuation pond will accommodate 750-1000mm depth of permanent water, with capacity for additional storage as necessary from surface water run-off (SBA to advise). 2 Inlets and 1 outlet (+46.8 and +49.0 respectively) to be located as per SBA drawings. Initial discussions with Colchester Borough Council have suggested that inclusion of shallow gradients of pond edge (providing exit from water if necessary) may allow the pond edge to remain open rather than fenced. To be advised by ROSPA following client comment. Meadow planting and grassland edge the pond, with aquatic planting included as below.

Section @ 1:100

Professional Experience 66

Water Mint Mentha aquatica


Sales Area Attenuation Pond The design and construction drawings for the attenuation pond was solely my responsibility during this project. I was in close contact with both the engineers and the council for the duration as the parameters for the design and construction were extremely tight in both space and time. I found the experience of working within tight spatial restrictions, in all dimensions, to be interesting and fulfilling. Getting it right and seeing it constructed was a rewarding experience.

Broadway Malyan - Severalls - Attenuation Pond in construction 67


BP Headquarters

August 2011 -August 2012

New Upstream Learning Centre for the BP Campus in Surrey Client: BP

“BP’s new Upstream Learning Centre, designed by global architecture, urbanism and design practice Broadway Malyan, has started construction I was involved in the conception and design stages for this project which in Sunbury, UK. involved the concept for the ‘feature plaza’ entrance for the new Learning Centre. The Centre will provide a 4,000 square metre learning environment for BP’s employees and is to be built by BAM Construct. Broadway Malyan historically has designed the landscaped campus for BP Headquarters, and this new design followed the axial concept The project, located at BP’s International Centre for Business and already in place. Technology in Sunbury, follows previous completed office schemes designed by Broadway Malyan for BP in the UK over a 20 year period – including the regeneration of the 45,000 square metre Sunbury campus, a new Link Building on the same site, as well as the fit out of BP’s Stockley Park offices near Heathrow. The practice’s integrated team comprises a diverse mix of education, workplace, interior, branding and landscape architects and design experts, which is building on the work of masterplanning and town planning colleagues.” - Broadway Malyan, Jan 2013

Professional Experience 68


ULC Site

Broadway Malyan - BP Upstream Learning Centre - Aerial View 69


3D visualisation of the Upstream Learning Centre

Professional Experience 70


Contractors are not to scale dimensions from this drawing

BUILDING H

NOTES: Lighting The following to be provided: - Street lighting to roads - Illumination of plaza/main entrance - Main path lighting - Lighting to seating

THE LINK

EXISTING PARKING TO BE RETAINED

Signage External signage and branding to be incorporated into landscape design.

RE-CONFIGURED PARKING / PARKING TO PROVIDE 1 NEW DISABLED PARKING SPACE

LEGEND Application Boundary

Hard Materials Pedestrian Routes: High quality concrete block paviour, Silver Grey, to match exisiting on site. Manhole and access covers to be aligned with paving and co-ordinated with surface finishes where feasible.

CANOPY

Feature Paving: High quality natural stone paving, incorporating interpretation. Extended Pedestrian Crossing: Raised table of concrete block paving to match existing on site.

EXTENDED PEDESTRIAN CROSSING

Parking bays: block paviours to match existing on site. Roads as exsiting.

LEARNING CENTRE ENTRANCE PLAZA

NEW LAYBY

Fencing, Structures and Site Furniture Security fencing and gates, to respond to site-specific requirements for restricted access areas. Barrier fencing Rail set 200-300mm from building edge Semi-enclosure of new smoking shelter: open gauge mesh screen to provide structure for climbers. Seating.

UPSTREAM LEARNING CENTRE

Bollards

Soft Materials

SOUTHERN COURTYARD

Existing trees retained - sited to accommodate location of soakaway. Proposed trees - to southern courtyard. 5 No. Indigenous species.

COURTYARD AREA TO INCORPORATE BIRD, BAT AND INSECT BOXES

Boundary hedges to provide enclosure and screening. Low hedges to provide structure. Low planting, including herbaceous and grasses with bulbs. Grass lawn.

RELOCATED SMOKING SHELTER

NEW SERVICE LAYBY REFUSE STORE

C B A

WESTERN COURTYARD

Disabled parking updated Parking updated Ammended to suit new survey

HM 08/03/12 HM 29/02/12 HM 11/01/12

Ilex House, 10 High Street Theale, Reading Berkshire RG7 5AN T: +44 (0)118 932 3456 F: +44 (0)118 9323461 E: Rdg@BroadwayMalyan.com www.BroadwayMalyan.com

BUILDING 200

BUILDING 204

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Client

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Sunbury Learning Centre Description

Landscape Proposals General Arrangement

Status

PLANNING Scale

08.11.2011

Hannah Murton

U:\27926\Sheets\90-ExternalWorks\100-GAs\27926-L-90-102_rev A.dwg

Drawn

Date

1:250 @A1 HM

Nov 2011

Job number

Drawing number

Revision

27926

L - 90 - 102

C

Original size 100mm @ A1 Copyright Broadway Malyan Limited

Broadway Malyan - BP Upstream Learning Centre - General Arrangement 71


H OK branding for the internal Drum - based on stratigraphy: ‘The branch of geology concerned with the order and relative position of strata and their relationship to the geological time scale.’

Stratigraphy, rock strata and graphic representation of oil deposits

Fault Lines

Geology

Rock formations

Concept sketches based on stratigraphy, rock strata, and tectonic plate patterns

BP Upstream Learning Center Feature Plaza

Professional Experience 72

Concept


Part of the exercise I undertook to design the feature plaza was to marry into the proposed branding by architecture firm HOK. The branding concept for the building was inspired by geological strata and rock patterns found naturally occurring in the earth. This was in reference to the location of crude oil deposits in the living rock. The feature paving in front of the building has been designed to fit into the axial pattern of the campus as well as merging over the threshold of the entrance and into the lobby of the building. My design was also based on the concept of rock strata, but as if the paving had split open to reveal the rock patterns found beneath. My designs have been incorporated into the client package for BP to review.

Broadway Malyan - BP Upstream Learning Centre - Feature Plaza Design 73


BSF Projects

August 2007 - September 2008

Aedas Architects - Various School Projects in the UK Whilst I worked for the Landscape Department at Aedas, the Building Schools for the Future programme was still endorsed by the government. I worked on several designs for BSF projects and found them to be very inspiring and exciting. I enjoyed designing space within the schools, especially Primary and Secondary levels, that I knew children would enjoy spending time in. As these jobs became my first experience in working as a Landscape Architect, I still believe in designing for the users as the absolute primary function of a space. Designing schools with outdoor classrooms, foraging grounds for art and science, allotments for cooking and dipping platforms gave me the best insight into realising what the users will need and enjoy. These projects also allowed me to gain experience in council legislation and how to design within certain parameters and to formulas.

Professional Experience 74


NAILSEA

OSP

LANDSCAPE SITE PLAN SKETCH OCTOBER 2007

SCALE 1:500 AT A1

Aedas - Building Schools for the Future 75


International Projects

August 2007 - onwards

Aedas Architects and Broadway Malyan

I have had the opportunity at both Aedas Architects and Broadway Malyan Architects to work on some international projects based in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Turkey. Whilst I have not travelled to these places, just working on these projects has given me experience in designing for different aesthetics and in different climates.

Professional Experience 76

I especially enjoy the initial research involved in international projects: finding out the history and getting a feel for the character of a place is a part of Landscape Architecture that I always find inspiring. Working abroad, out of the UK, is something that I definitely wish to pursue in my career.


International Projects 77


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