WHERE WE HAVE WORKED
Over the last 15 years we have developed an extensive portfolio of projects in locations all across the UK.
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We are working on multiple projects including consulting with user groups, producing activity plans, management plans and undertaking monitoring and evaluation.
Whilst many of the projects have been heritage focused, we have worked on a feasibility study and recently undertaken a commercial review of a riverside park.
Our most recent commission is for English Heritage who we are really pleased to add to our client list.
CFP have been working in Scotland for the past ten years mainly on National Lottery Heritage Fund projects but also advising on quality auditing for green spaces and management planning work.
We have worked across the country from the Borders up into Aberdeenshire and out to the Isle Of Lewis.
Our work has covered historic country estates to small urban parks, from historic houses to fine castles and their grounds.
Yorkshire and Humberside
Some of our earliest work was in Yorkshire helping authorities to develop green space strategies and quality auditing systems. We’ve also helped with management planning, audience development work, consultation plus monitoring several National Lottery Heritage Fund projects.
More recently we’ve headed even further east to the coast and are working on some amazing cliff gardens and Victorian urban parks.
From the Cheshire plains and the Wirral to inner city Liverpool and Manchester and with a few projects further into Lancashire, the north west has been a great region to work in.
We’ve worked on an historic Jewish Cemetery, Victorian parks, country parks, Georgian squares and green space in social housing.
As well as the three major cities of Derby, Leicester and Nottingham we’ve also worked in the rural districts across as far as Lincolnshire and around the edge of the Peak District.
Much of our recent work has been helping councils through National Lottery Heritage Fund projects as mentors / monitors and also evaluation of some great projects including an amazingly historic allotment site.
We’ve also recently helped to set up the East Midlands Parks Forum.
Our home patch and, not surprisingly, the region where we have done the most work.
We’ve covered everything here from green spaces audits and strategies, site management plans, a significant number of National Lottery Heritage Fund projects, commercial reviews and business plans.
We’ve worked for charities and trusts, community groups and almost every local authority in the region!
We’ve had a huge diversity of projects in the South West from youth provision strategies to restoring sea side gardens, from management planning to a Georgian pleasure garden.
From the industrial heritage of the south Wales valleys to historic estates in the north our work has included consultation, evaluation, activity planning and project support.
With most of the team having lived in Wales at some point we’re keen to do more work there.
We occasionally brave the M25 or long train journeys round as far as Kent but much of our work in this region has been on the outer fringes of London.
We’ve project managed whole restoration schemes, written management plans for historic cemeteries and helped with both the feasibility and evaluation ends of National Lottery Heritage Fund projects.
East of England
Hertfordshire was a long standing area of work for us as we helped many authorities there to achieve their targets for securing the Green Flag Award.
More recently we’ve been working on an ancient forest, traditional urban parks, a regionally important Country Park and more modern town centre gardens.
Over the years we have won more and more work in London, often teaming up with some great design practices to deliver some amazing projects.
We’ve also been fortunate to work on some of the most historic spaces across the region from several of the ‘magnificent seven’ cemeteries to a medieval moated manor house through to world heritage sites.
Our client base has broadened to include The Royal Parks as well as local authorities and Trusts.