Edgebaston Reservoir Masterplan

Birmingham City Council, the Canal and River Trust and Sport England have commissioned Jon Sheaff and Associates to develop a new masterplan for Edgebaston Reservoir. This 23 hectare waterbody lies 2 kms from Birmingham city centre and is at the centre of the Greater Icknield masterplan area that forms part of Birmingham’s ‘Big City’ Plan. […]

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Community planting on Mabley Green

Local volunteers and community organisations and contractors ground Control have joined forces to begin the transformation of Mabley Green. Ground works have created a valley surrounded gently undulating mounds within which dozens of new fruit trees and food producing shrubs have been planted. Around the edge of the site, 500 shelter belt trees have been […]

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Silkstream Valley parks

Jon Sheaff and Associates have been appointed by the London Borough of Barnet to design and implement the regeneration of Silkstream Park and Montrose Playing Fields in Burnt Oak. This £5 million project is the first greenspace initiative to be delivered by the Colindale Regeneration programme. JSA will be working with architects Tonkin Lui who […]

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Stonebridge Gardens re-opens

Stonebridge Gardens in Haggeston has re-opened following the completion of a £350,000 upgrade designed and delivered by Jon Sheaff and Associates. The design responds to the changing demographic of the area with new communities developing alongside longer term residents. The design responds to the needs of these communities and the new ways in which the […]

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West Reservoir Masterplan

Jon Sheaff and Associates have been commissioned to develop a new masterplan for Stoke Newington’s West Reservoir. The reservoir has a unique landscape setting in a densely populated and rapidly evolving north-east London neighbourhood. The reservoir currently offers water-based sailing and swimming opportunties for residents, provided by ‘Better’ on  behalf of Hackney Council. But the […]

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Mabley Green

Mabley Green is a distinctive public open space on the southern fringe of Hackney Marsh. The site is dominated by the ‘Mabley Rock’ artwork and is fringed with  avenues of mature plane trees. The Green has traditionally been maintained as short grass for sports use but local residents have more developed aspirations for the site. […]

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Hackney Marshes

Hackney Marshes is a unique environment in the lower Lea valley. It is also the largest public football facility in Europe. As part of its long term sports development strategy, Hackney Council has raised funding to re-provide the semi-derelict changing rooms at North Marsh. The scheme will provide a purpose-built chaging block servicing recently developed […]

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Broadley Street Gardens

Broadley Street Gardens is a small but vitally important neighbourhood park. It has to support a variety of functions but the key challenge was to provide a playable landscape throughout and a quiet area where residents could sit and read the paper in amongst really great planting.    ‘Broadley Street Gardens is a really important park for local people with little […]

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