Beautiful yet Practical Designs

We pride ourselves at creating landscape and subdivision designs that are not only easy on the eye at but are 100% functional, and of course meet all required consent standards. We have extensive experience working on mid sized subdivision developments, but equally love working on a diverse range of projects – whether they be large or small!

Landscape Plan Sets

Landscape Plan Sets are the core of our landscape and subdivision offering. Typically these include:

  • landscape master plan
  • plant and materials selection and specifications
  • a retaining plan (if applicable)
  • a fencing plan
  • a landscape materials plan
  • construction details
  • and planting and maintenance instructions.

These plans and drawings are collated and presented in a set for lodgement with a Resource Consent Application, or as requested by Council Planners as a Section 92 request or Condition of Consent. From here the fun begins and we can turn the plans into reality!

Click here to view a typical Landscape Plan Set. (link to a PDF that you think is a good one)

To name a few subdivision developments we have been involved with:

Scott Road

Need some info on this, I have used Taipari Strand as place holder text.  I think we should cover off basic over view of the development, what we did and why and the benefits our designs will have. And anything unique about what we did – things to make us stand out!

Thomas Consultants (Thomas) were engaged by Auckland Council to prepare preliminary concept designs for Taipari Strand Reserve on the Te Atatu Peninsula. As a close knit group with strong local involvement, the Te Atatu community had clear ideas of what they would like to see the park become and the unique characteristics of the park that needed to be preserved.

Our designer took the submissions from the community consultation process as the basis for the concept plan development. This resulted in two concept design options that included boardwalks, viewing platforms, interpretive panels, picnic facilities and a learner cyclist track. The designs also addressed stormwater management, bird habitat and dog off-leash facility issues.

Master Plan
Streetscape Planting Details
Streetscape Planting Plan
Pocket Park Landscape Concept

Housing New Zealand

Need some info on this, I have used Taipari Strand as place holder text.  I think we should cover off basic over view of the development, what we did and why and the benefits our designs will have. And anything unique about what we did – things to make us stand out!

Thomas Consultants (Thomas) were engaged by Auckland Council to prepare preliminary concept designs for Taipari Strand Reserve on the Te Atatu Peninsula. As a close knit group with strong local involvement, the Te Atatu community had clear ideas of what they would like to see the park become and the unique characteristics of the park that needed to be preserved.

Our designer took the submissions from the community consultation process as the basis for the concept plan development. This resulted in two concept design options that included boardwalks, viewing platforms, interpretive panels, picnic facilities and a learner cyclist track. The designs also addressed stormwater management, bird habitat and dog off-leash facility issues.

Master Plan
Streetscape Planting Details
Streetscape Planting Plan
Pocket Park Landscape Concept

Simpson Road

Need some info on this, I have used Taipari Strand as place holder text.  I think we should cover off basic over view of the development, what we did and why and the benefits our designs will have. And anything unique about what we did – things to make us stand out!

Thomas Consultants (Thomas) were engaged by Auckland Council to prepare preliminary concept designs for Taipari Strand Reserve on the Te Atatu Peninsula. As a close knit group with strong local involvement, the Te Atatu community had clear ideas of what they would like to see the park become and the unique characteristics of the park that needed to be preserved.

Our designer took the submissions from the community consultation process as the basis for the concept plan development. This resulted in two concept design options that included boardwalks, viewing platforms, interpretive panels, picnic facilities and a learner cyclist track. The designs also addressed stormwater management, bird habitat and dog off-leash facility issues.

Master Plan
Streetscape Planting Details
Streetscape Planting Plan
Pocket Park Landscape Concept

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