About The Project
The 150-acre garden at Wisley is seen by many as the spiritual home of the Royal Horticultural Society, and one of the great gardens of the world. We were appointed in 2001 to update the masterplan, drafted in 1996. Our work, alongside landscape architects Colvin and Moggridge, included planning a 1600-space visitor car park and detailed proposals for improvements to a whole range of facilities including a revised entrance and retail area, toilets and expanded pedestrian areas.
Royal Horticultural Society