Silkstream Valley Parks

Jon Sheaff and Associates have been appointed by the London Borough of Barent to deliver the regeneration of Silkstream Park and Montrose Playing Fields in Burnt Oak. This £5 million project is the first public open space project to be developed in the Colindale  Regeneration Area. The project will develop many of the themes that […]

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Jon Sheaff updates Landscape Institute Conference on Natural Capital Accounting

JSA Director Jon Sheaff provided the 2018 Landscape Institute Conference with an update on Corporate Natural Capital Accounting. Jon’s presentation focused on the development of new assessment methods of habitat quality assessment and capturing the value of heritage assets. Jon’s update specifically referenced JSA’s current study of natural capital for Greenwich Park. Jon shared a […]

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Open Spaces Strategy – Barking and Dagenham

Barking and Dagenham Council has commissioned JSA to develop a new Open Spaces Strategy for the Borough. This new Strategy is being developed in response to a significant projected increase in the Borough’s population over the next twenty years and the provision of over 10,000 new homes over that period. The Borough recognises both the […]

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JSA joins Royal Parks framework

Jon Sheaff and Associates have tendered successfully to join the Royal Park landscape architecture framework contract. This four-year contract will give the practice access to landscape design, management and strategy projects in some of London’s most important public open spaces. Director Jon Sheaff commented  ‘we are hugely excited by the prospect of working on some […]

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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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