Greenwich Park

August 2017 JSA launches HLF bid for Greenwich Park. JSA have developed and submitted an application to the HLF for a £4.5 million grant to restore Greenwich Park. If successful, the grant will contribute to a £7.5 million restoration of this historic landscape led by The Royal Parks. JSA acted as lead consultant for the […]

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Great Linford Manor Park

April, 2017 Restoration of Great Linford Manor Park JSA have been appointed to develop and deliver the restoration of Great Linford Manor in Milton Keynes. The design of the Manor landscape is attributed to Richard Woods and is a distinctive variation on the mid-18th century English landscape design tradition. The Milton Keynes Parks Trust submitted […]

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Greenwich Park Restoration

The Royal Parks agency is progressing an application to the Heritage Lottery Fund for a grant to restore Greenwich Park. This iconic park is a Grade 1 listed landscape and lies within the Greenwich World Heritage Site area. The Royal Parks have awarded contracts for preparatory work in support of its application to practices on […]

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Springfield Park

The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded Hackney Council a Stage 1 grant of £184,000 for Springfield Park , following the submission of a funding bid by Jon Sheaff and Associates. The project will be developed over the next year and a delivery grant sought in July 2016. The park is one of Hackney’s most important […]

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Avenue House

Avenue House is a Grade II listed landscape created by Robert Marnock, the leading deisgner of the ‘gardenesque’ on behalf of ink magnate Henry Stephens. The Avenue House Estate Trust commissioned Jon Sheaff and Associates to prepare a funding application to the Heritage Lottery Fund that resulted in a successful Parks for People award in July […]

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Abney Park Cemetery

Abney Park Cemetery in one of ‘magificent seven’ cemeteries created in the 1840’s and the only cemetery designed specifically to cater for the non-conformist community. As a consequence, the cemetery is of national significance as a burial ground. The site is highly valued by the local community in Stoke Newington and uniquely positioned close to […]

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Peckham Old Waiting Room

Peckham Station waiting room is one of south – London’s  hidden jems. Peckham station itself has been hidden behind a shopping centre for the past forty years but this is planned for removal as an adjunct to an HLF funded restoration of Peckham High Street. This project will reveal the station’s magnificent facade in all […]

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Deepdene

Deepdene was the home of Regency designer, author, philosopher and aesthete Thomas Hope. The house was built in a spectacular position in the  heart of the Surrey Hills to the south of Dorking and was a model of the picturesque with a landscape design of walks and landscape viewpoints that are superbly adapted to the […]

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