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Ryan Bailey

R M G B - L A

Ryan Michael George Bailey-Landscape Architect

Postgraduate Landscape Architecture Portfolio Leeds School of Art, Architecture and Design Leeds Beckett University 2014 - 2016


ABOUT ME A short extract

I consider myself to be a highly motivated individual with a keen interest in design, producing creative, challenging and technically resolved designs. This approach to my work has been influenced through my educational background, having focused on small scale design prior to commencing my BA and MA degrees in Landscape Architecture. My experiences at this early stage in my career have provided me with a wealth of knowledge, having worked on schemes including; public realm regeneration, Quarry restoration, residential developments, green infrastructure surveys, ground condition surveys and campus designs during my Year-out at LUC, London and on my Masters degree course. Whilst studying I have been an important member of the university, teaching AutoCAD and Adobe suite classes to Landscape Architecture students at various levels of their studies. These lessons have been integral to their study and understanding of the design process. The lessons provide both a basic and more detailed understanding of different software available and how these design tools can be used when developing designs and presenting ideas. I am looking to gain employment within a multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture practice, hoping to become a valuable member of the team able to contribute to the production of sensitive, sustainable and functional designs solutions.


Ryan M G Bailey a 49 Aruba, Gotts Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS12 1DW e rmgbla@gmail.com t 07930586679 b 06.03.1992 n United Kingdom

Education MA Landscape Architecture // Pg Dip - Distinction Leeds Beckett University School of Art Architecture and Design Cities Alive - Discovering the connection of Amsterdam Noord Post-Industrial Rehabilitation - Springfields Country Park Professional Studies - Introduction into the professional contracts Personal Focus Studio - Leeds Walk-able Cities Framework Strategy

BA Landscape Architecture // First class honours degree Leeds Beckett University School of Art Architecture and Design Design and Community Project - Woodbridge Estate Re-development York City Beautiful - Contemporary City Park

Art and Design Foundation // Merit Bucks New University Provided me with a well-rounded experience into the Arts Contemporary explorations using mixed media Personal focus towards 3D - Design and the early stages of Landscape

Btec 3-Dimensional Design // Distinction, Distinction, Merit Amersham and Wycombe College Development and Understanding of small scale objects and spaces Furniture design and construction Small scale spaces and exhibition design explorations


cv A brief overview of education, experiences and awards

Achievements 2016 // Landscape Institute Postgraduate award in recognition of outstanding project work 2014 // Asset Skills Bursary - An award of ÂŁ1000 for Design and Community project team 2013// Certificate of Recognition - 2nd Year BA Hons Landscape Architecture

Employment AutoCAD and Adobe Suite Teaching and Support Leeds Beckett University

School of Art Architecture and Design

Teaching classes of 1st and 2nd year Landscape Architecture students ranging from 6 to 24 pupils. Providing a basic overview and more detailed lessons into the Adobe suite, AutoCAD and Sketch-Up Lessons included; Photomontages, visualisation techniques, Basic overview of AutoCAD and commands and sketch design to CAD through to more detailed design drawings.

Year out Landscape Architect (Land Use Consultants) LUC

London

This provided me with a rewarding and invaluable experience within a multidisciplinary consultancy. Throughout the year I developed my skills and knowledge as a designer, working alongside Landscape Architects, Landscape Managers, Planners and Ecologists.

Catford, London

Phoebes Landscapes Landscape Garden Construction

Summer work experience enhancing my construction knowledge and attending client meetings. Gardens on a range of scales from small intimate gardens to large scale gardens.

Software Skills Adobe Photoshop

Adobe InDesign

Adobe Illustrator

AutoCAD

Sketch-up


University Masters

Year-Out Experience

University Undergraduate


contents

Cities Alive

Establishing Amsterdam Noord

Major Design

Springfields Quarry Rehabilitation

Marlowe Road

A mixed tenure housing development - Walthamstow, London

Rochester Residential Development

New outline masterplan for waterside housing development

Acton

Residential Development Detailing

Hart GI Audit

Green infrastructure audit of the county of Hart

Hyde Park Ground Condition Survey Events Space Ground Condition Surveys

York

Civic Park


MA


AMSTERDAM NOORD Bridging the north and south divide

The cities alive brief focused on the regeneration of the north of Amsterdam and possible connections to the city centre in the south. Amsterdam noord is segregated from the city centre by the expansive river IJ with frequent ferry trips transporting commuters across from the city. This project established new bridge connections along the north shore of Amsterdam, whilst integrating green infrastructure into existing and proposed developments in the north. The Overhoeks masterplan achieves high quality residential and working environments alongside the river IJ with green infrastructure at the forefront of all design decisions. This design thinking provides the development with attractive and friendly communities enveloped in high quality pedestrian friendly green spaces.


overhoeks masterplan Providing high quality residential developments


Hand-drawn residential street and courtyard concepts

Hand-drawn residential concept development


residential development Integrating green spaces and transport connectivity Public and private space strategy Public Space

Public Space

Public Space

Public Space Private Space Private Space

Private Space

The residential design has been developed with the creation of high quality pedestrian friendly networks in mind. The connection of the Buiksloterkanaal in the north-west with the river IJ in the south-west achieves this design thinking through a main pedestrian boulevard which promotes amenity value through its rich and vibrant green spaces and interspersed public and private courtyards. The intersecting tram route offers sustainable door to door connections along the north shore of Amsterdam, running from east to west.

Pedestrian and tram through routes


live work neighbourhoods Promoting a green living and working environment The buildings have been designed in a way which allows maximum pedestrian permeability to the waters edge. This achieves a rich hierarchy of spaces running alongside the canal and office blocks. Smaller courtyards provide intimate spaces which are set back from the canals edge. This green space provides a pedestrian only waterside connection to the northern tip of the site.

The buildings feature a mix of green and brown roofscapes which improve the sites sustainability and amenity value for the residents and workers, whilst building height relationships have been designed to reduce the buildings dominance within the landscape.

Floors Above Provide Living Accommodation Ground Floor Working Environment

1. Maximum urban volume

2. Pedestrian and vehicle priority

3. Pedestrian access to the waterfront


4. Human scale, open space and parking

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Quarry progression


springfields country park A post industrial quarry rehabilitation programme

The proposed rehabilitation scheme for Springfields Farm Quarry redefines the way councils approach the reclamation of quarries. The design builds itself around the quarries ever evolving landscape, laying the foundations for the application of a progressive restoration scheme. The restoration scheme plans to progressively integrate people and nature with the quarry throughout it’s working life through 6 phases. This application exploites the quarries day to day activities and dominant features, drawing people into the park, unearthing the concealed landscape within it’s boundaries.

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Phase 1 - Landscape and quarry (upper wetlands)


Entrance Walk

Shelter Planting Shelter Planting Coppice Grove

Upper Wetlands

Landfill Cell 1

Mounds Way Visitor Centre

Swale Strip Discovery Deck

Meadow Link

Lower Wetlands

Landfill Cell 2

Landfill Cell 3

Basin Bank

Quarry Basin

Dipple Extension Amenity Grassland


country park masterplan Quarry rehabilitation programme The ‘Springfields Country Park’ proposal aims to reinvigorate the working quarry based on it’s four main principals of;

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Employing a succinct phasing scheme to introduce the park to visitors at an earlier stage in the quarries planned lifespan.

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Creating ecologically rich habitats for the safe establishment of nature within the quarry.

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Providing an innovative and educational restoration scheme which captures the publics

Woodland Extension

Quarry Basin

wildflower Meadow

Wetland Zone

Quarry Retainment

Specialist Horticulture

Shelter Wood

Birch Coppice

attention, attracting visitors to the park.


retained buildings and structures Enhanced industrial environments reference the sites former use The Country Park proposals employ an enhancement strategy which re-uses existing buildings and structures, restoring, re-cladding and re-purposing them for assimilation within the parkland setting. The buildings and structures will retain much of their existing character, allowing the retention of the quarries industrial past, administering a new lease of life. The main quarry building and silos will form the main focal point of the park, creating a point of reference for visitors, but also a notable insight into the landscapes past environment. The building itself will be renovated and expanded, creating opportunities for the visitor centre which will be home to an information point, the quarries educational transformation exhibition, gallery spaces and a cafe and eatery. The existing secondary structures on-site will see the transformation from quarry machinery to observation towers with integrated play spaces.


observation platforms Views strategy and technical resolution

Observation platforms create a diverse and unique experience within the park, offering views of the parks construction, active quarry extraction and eventually the wider offering of the established Country Park. The viewing platforms have been located throughout the masterplan at strategical locations comprising the best views of the parkland and quarrying activity. These will be hardstanding features within the landscape which reflect the industrial character of the park.


observation platform Technical detailing OP2 (Observation Platform 2) has been the focus for the decking exploration within the technical resolution and aims to showcase how it’s form and function can be achieved through construction, suitably chosen materials and engaging design detailing.


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Tree Planting Species (Latin Name)

Species (Common Name) Specification

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Betula Pendula Betula Pendula Betula utilis jacquemontii Betula utilis jacquemontii Betula utilis jacquemontii Corylus Avellana Corylus Avellana Corylus Avellana Castanea Sativa Castanea Sativa

Silver Birch Silver Birch Himalayan Birch Himalayan Birch Himalayan Birch Hazel Hazel Hazel Sweet Chestnut Sweet Chestnut

4.0m Min. 1.8 - 2.4m Min. 3.0m Min. 3.5m Min. 3.5 - 4.0m Min. 2.0 - 2.5m Min. 1.5 - 2.5m Min. 0.6 - 0.8m Min. 0.6 - 0.8m Min. 1.5m Min.

14 - 16cm N/A 12 - 14cm 14 - 16cm N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Understory Planting Species (Latin Name)

Species (Common Name) Specification

Height and Spread

Anemone nemorosa Allium ursinum Brachypodium sylvaticum Dryopteris filix-mas Euphorbia amygdaloides robbiae Hyacinthoides non-scripta Luzula sylvatica ‘Marginata’ Luzula pilosa

Wood anemone Wild Garlic Wood brome Male fern Mrs Robb’s Bonnet Bluebell Great wood rush Hairy wood-rush

1L Pot 50cc min. Plug: established root 1L Pot 2L Pot 2L Pot Seed 1L Pot 1L Pot

Ultimate - 0.5 x 0.5m Ultimate - 0.5 x 0.5m Ultimate - 0.3-0.9m Ultimate - 1.5 x 1.0m Ultimate - 0.5 x 1.5m Ultimate - 0.5 x 0.5m Ultimate - 0.5 x 0.5m Ultimate - 0.3m

Polystichum setiferum

Soft shield fern

2L Pot

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Fully furnished: Rootballed Fully furnished feather: bareroot Fully furnished: Rootballed Fully furnished: Rootballed Multi Stemmed: Rootballed Multi Stemmed: Rootballed Multi Stemmed: Rootballed Feather: Bareroot Transplant 1+1: Bareroot Whip: 1 break

Coppice Woodland

Birch Buffer


ecological buffer zones Safe areas for habitats to thrive away from human interaction The ‘ecological buffer zones’ have been designed into the parkland as ‘safe areas’ for wildlife. These are areas not intended for any anthropogenic use, but are instead reserved for the preservation of plants and nature. Fig C shows the indicative location of this area within the retained quarry areas. This diagrams depicts how the ‘ecological buffer zones’ are intended to function and how they will be integrated into the parkland. Within the retained quarrying area main pathways have been provided to encourage human interaction within the landscape (fig B), however, these do not encroach on the quarries edge allowing the creation of a ‘buffer zone’. Informal pathways have been designed to encourage user exploration away from the buffer zones. Fig B - Decking walkway route character Fig A - Schematic Diagram showing ecological buffer zone and decking walkway


Key: Main walking Routes

Informal Exploratory Routes

Main Route Viewing Point

Wildlife ‘Safe Zones’

Fig C - Schematic Diagram showing ecological buffer zone in quarry area

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ecological habitat creation Retain existing quarry setting Through the feasibility study and research carried out for the site it was found that Sand Martins are popular inhabitants of quarries and sightings have already been made at Springfields Farm Quarry. It was therefore imperative that Sand Martins nests were to be catered for in the design of the country park and that their habitats were not designed out. This has been achieved through artificially created nests within the quarries banks encouraging wildlife, creating suitable and stable habitats for the Sand Martin colonies.

Location Plan

Nest detail


1:100 Section - Typical quarry sand bank with Sand Martin nests installed Nesting Season

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE


marlowe road Mixed residential housing, Walthamstow, London

Programme A new development in the north-east of London, providing a mixed tenure residential scheme comprising shared streets, an integrated public plaza with ground floor amenities such as shops and a cafe and a play area to the south. Responsibilities Throughout this project I assisted on site visits, client and community member meetings, site analysis, masterplan drawings, renderings and planning details which all fed into the Design and Access report.


The masterplan Mixed tenure residential and public realm

Plan view - Totem signage and bollards

Section - Totem signage


PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Key: 1

Under bridge connection to Esplanade

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Creative uses

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Roman wall conserved/enhanced

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New railway station

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Arches cafe and terrace

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New pedestrian underpass

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Vintage point

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Historic crane

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Acorn wharf screen planting

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Natural play park

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M.U.G.A

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Wetlands/attenuation

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Land art

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Furrell’s view

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Active arches - arches developed

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Castle view business park

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Hotel and restaurant

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Hotel, restaurant and bar

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Lookout

Undercroft parking


ROCHESTER RIVERSIDE A waterside development comprising 1500 new dwellings

Programme Outline planning masterplan for a mixed tenure development of roughly 1500 new dwellings in a waterside location just north of Maidstone on the east coast of England. Responsibilities This project required a fast turnaround for the provision of a landscape masterplan and rendering which was required for an outline planning application for the development. The landscape consisted of both private and public open spaces which are characterised by the sites riverside setting, creek formations and industrial character.


PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

Reclaimed railway sleeper step treads Product: Untreated Reclaimed Tropical Azobe Hardwood Sleepers - Grade A to match wall detail

Reclaimed railway sleeper retaining wall Refer to DET-621

Size:1000mm x 250mm x 150mm Reclaimed railway sleepers retaining wall to rear. Refer to DET-621

Concrete haunch to Engineer's detail Resin Bound Gravel Step Tread infill

Handrail posts formed of reclaimed railway sleepers

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Product: Untreated Reclaimed Tropical Azobe Hardwood Sleepers - Grade A to match timber walls Reclaimed railway sleeper step treads

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Product: Untreated Reclaimed Tropical Azobe Hardwood Sleepers - Grade A to match wall detail

Timberplay holding rope threaded and secured through pre-drilled sleeper posts

Reclaimed railway sleeper retaining wall Refer to DET-621

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Reclaimed railway sleepers retaining wall to rear. Refer to DET-621

Concrete haunch to Engineer's detail Resin Bound Gravel Step Tread infill

Handrail posts formed of reclaimed railway sleepers

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Richter Spielgerate Slide Product no. 3.63340 Sand Carpet Play Surface. 6137-LD-DET-610

H1800mm x W1000mm x L3500mm

Concrete haunch to Engineer's detail

Product no. 3.63340 3500 Sand Carpet Play Surface. 6137-LD-DET-610

Timber sleeper wall Type 2 6137-LD-DET-621

TOW 16.65

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acton phase 7 Acton phase 7 residential detailing Notes: 1. Do not scale from this drawing. 2. All dimensions must be checked on site and any discrepancies verified with landscape architect. 3. All dimensions are drawn in mm. 4. Landscape drawing only. 5. All materials/items used to be as specified or alternatives to be approved by landscape architect.

Programme Acton Phase 7 forms an area of a much larger housing development in West London. The housing development encompasses mixed tenure housing with high quality public spaces.

Notes:

1. Do not scale from this drawing. 2. All dimensions must be checked on site and any discrepancies verified with landscape architect. 3. All dimensions are drawn in mm. 4. Landscape drawing only. S:\6100\6137 Acton Gardens, Phase 4\B Project Working\Drawings\XRefs\ACTON_GARDENS_Logo_GREY-OLIVE.jpg 5. All materials/items used to be as specified or alternatives to be approved by landscape architect.

Reclaimed railway sleeper retaining wall Refer to DET-621

Responsibilities Within this project I was involved in the process of compiling drawings which would feed into a Stage E construction detailing package. Within the detailing for this site I looked into the construction of the ‘play mounds’ through the use of reclaimed railway sleepers (left) and various paving build-ups across the development (below), G-G

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ADOPTABLE HIGHWAY

ACO MultiDrain MD Brickslot galvanised steel slot drain or similar approved

ACO MultiDrain MD 100mm channel with inclusive Brickslot access maintenance unit

ACO MultiDrain MD 100mm channel with inclusive Brickslot access maintenance unit

Footing to engineers specification

Footing to engineers specification

Geotextile membrane Q20 170

Geotextile membrane Q20 170

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Slot Drain to Slab Paving (Q10.150) A1

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BUILDING EDGE

knee rail -DET-627

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Highways works to CTP detail

Highways works to CTP detail

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Building DPC Level

Pressure impregnated timber softwood board 50 x 150mm fixed with galvanised nails to 50 x 50 x 450mm softwood pegs driven into the ground at 1200mm centres.

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Client Detail - Slot Drain to Slab Paving (Q10.150)

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HART GI AUDIT

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

A green infrastructure audit for the district of Hart

Programme Hart green infrastructure audit saw the assessment of all it’s open green spaces and areas of recreation. Responsibilities This project saw the assessment of over 200 green spaces within the District of Hart. Using the form below myself and my colleague visited the District for 6 days and assessed these open spaces based on the principals set out in the forms below. Within this time we quickly built up a database which surveyed all of the spaces and attached images to each of the spaces covered. This data then fed into a report as evidence supporting a green space strategy for the district.

Field Assessment

Play area assessment

Date of audit:

Time spent surveying:

Surveyor:

Survey site access: (whole site/ part site/ no access)

Photo ref:

Map ref:

Scoring line: 1 Very poor

2 Poor

3 Fair

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5 Very good

6 Excellent

A: Welcoming place

B: Healthy, safe and secure

1. Welcoming:

6. Safe equipment & facilities:

2. Good and safe access:

7. Personal security in open space:

3. Signage:

8. Dog fouling:

4. Equal access for all:

9. Appropriate provision of facilities:

5. Site access: (freely accessible (V+5), restricted access (V+2), no public access (V-1), opening hours (V+2), other(V 0))

10. Quality of facilities:

C: Clean and well maintained

D: Sustainability

11. Litter & waste management:

14. Environmentally sustainability:

12. Grounds maintenance and horticulture:

15. Waste minermisation:

13. Building & infrastructure maintenance:

16. Arboriculture & woodland management:

E: Conservation and heritage

F: Community involvement

17. Conservation of natural features, wild fauna, flora:

21. Community involvement in management & development:

18. Conservation of landscape features:

22. Appropriate provision for community:

19. Conservation of buildings & structures: 20. Structural townscape role: G: Marketing 23. Marketing & promotion: 24. Provision of appropriate information : 25. Provision of appropriate educational/ information:

H: Comments


Approximate Boundary to AEG Event

HYDE PARK PARADE (Line of Steel Shield Fence)GROUND CONDITION SURVEY JULY '15 (Pre and Post-AEG Event)

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PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE

hyde park survey

Pre and post event ground condition surveys for The Royal Parks

Programme The surveys of pre and post event grass condition surveys for Hyde Park parade ground established damage to the park from events. This enabled The Royal Parks to charge the events company correctly for any damages caused. Responsibilities This was an on-going project which saw the surveying of the parade ground before and after events had taken place. My responsibilities for this included; taking before and after photos, assessing the grass condition through site visits and on-site mapping which was then drawn up in AutoCAD in order to establish the area of damage caused by the events.

Figure 13: View looking north-west across eastern side of P1A PHOTO TAKEN (Pre-Event): 01.06.2015

PHOTO TAKEN (Post-Event): 22.07.2015 Table 1 - Grass Damage Summary Table Revision 01 Date: 23-07-2014 Parcel Ref. Pre-Event Survey Medium Wear (m2)

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46

Post Event Survey Medium Wear (m2)

7

10423

Damage Attributed

Heavy Wear (m2)

TRP (General Wear and Tear)

AEG Events AEG Events (Medium Wear: (Heavy Wear: Difference Difference between pre between pre and and post areas) post areas)

1053

10377

0

0

1709

132

1709

132

55

25

3671

869

3616

844

P2B

0

0

830

0

830

0

P3A

5

3

1355

813

1350

810

2

0

2015

292

2013

0

0

1159

138

1159

138

84

7

11547

311

11463

304

P6

3

5

2718

24

2715

19

P7

22

29

9634

107

9612

78

P8

61

0

4246

26

4185

26

P9A+B

97

0

8250

232

8153

232

5

3

451

98

446

95

P10A

PHOTO TAKEN314 (Post-Event): 22.07.2015 0 3683 36

P10B

3369

36

P10C

76

0

1432

118

1356

118

P10D

89

0

0

0

89

P12

0

3758

74

3710

74

3

4

5049

194

5046

190

P13

0

0

2766

359

2766

359

P14

7

0

3799

32

3792

32

2

1

6659

0

6657

1

P16

209

0

3284

0

3075

0

0

0

1996

0

1996

P18

0

0

2848

2

2848

2

P19

65

0

1179

44

1114

44

P20

12

1

2765

0

2753

1

P21

87

8

10906

136

10819

128

17

0

3905

73

3888

73

P23

0

0

3174

0

3174

P24

31

0

6618

0

6587

0

P25

311

32

1581

313

1270

281

P26

31

1

0

0

31

1

7

41

4329

0

4322

P28

28

1

11348

0

11320

1

P29

33

28

7215

0

7182

28

Survey 22.07.15

41

0 1750

*LR1 - Land to the west of R1

196

146302

5476

0

144552

2 x Spillage Noted

0

P27

Totals (m2)

21 x Spillage noted

0

P22

LR1*

3 x Spillage noted

0

48

P15 P17

AEG Events (Other Damage)

292

P4 P5

Hyde Park Parade Ground Post-Event Condition Survey - Appendix E Photo SurveyP11 22.07.15

PHOTO TAKEN (Post-Event): 22.07.2015

1046

P1B P2A

P3B

Figure 14: View looking north-west across western side of P1A PHOTO TAKEN (Post-Event): 22.07.2015 PHOTO TAKEN (Pre-Event): 01.06.2015

Heavy Wear (m2)

5280

3 x Spillage noted


BA Hons


York civic park Flood alleviation parkland

York civic park envisaged a new park within the city located at the historic monument of Cliffords Tower. York is susceptible to yearly floods from the rivers bursting their banks and the parks positioning at the confluence of the River Ouse and Foss meant that the park had to be capable of dealing with frequent flooding. Design solutions included a series of wetlands and a skatepark basin that was capable of storing flood water.


Granite Paving Specified sizes GRA921 Black granite flamed texture

1 : 150 scale axonometric drawing Bespoke Seating element

Granite setts 100 x 100 x 200 GRA903 mid grey granite flamed texture


activating the waters edge Designing for human interaction with the waters edge

Bespoke Seating element

1 : 50 scale section

Granite setts 100 x 100 x 200 GRA903 mid grey granite flamed texture

Granite Paving GRA921 Black granite flamed texture



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