RURAL 
DEVELOPMENTS

Working in collaboration with Bidwells Rural Division teams, UDStudio undertake baseline assessments of sites to inform the creation of development plans and visions for rural estates and smaller land holdings.

The combination of UDS’s creative design skills, the strategic thinking of the Rural teams and the stewardship of our expert Town Planning teams, helps create new developments which are imaginative, commercially viable and appropriate to their context in both planning and environmental terms.

 

WE CAN ASSIST YOU WITH

 

  • Production of master plans and visioning studies for sites in order to promote through the planning process;
  • Outline Planning Applications;
  • Full Applications in conjunction with Bidwells Architecture team;
  • Production of Landscape Strategies in support of developments;
  • Production of hard and soft landscape schemes through RIBA stages 1-7; and
  • Production of LVIAs and Landscape Assessments in support of Applications.

 

OUR CORE SKILLS

 

  • Masterplanning
  • Landscape Architecture
  • LVIA
  • Heritage Design

 

365m

tourism trips to rural destinations each year

 

 

 

 

Request a copy of our Rural Development brochure

RURAL DEVELOPMENTS
Case Studies

SECTORS

  • Strategic Development
  • Residential
  • Commercial
  • Education
  • Hospitality & Leisure
  • Rural Development


ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Through close collaboration with our wider Bidwells network, we can also offer you additional services which would provide you with seamless delivery

 

OUR EXPERIENCE

Our UDS team works across the country on multi-stakeholder projects, linking seamlessly with our colleagues in Bidwells’ twelve offices.

We are dedicated to fostering long-term relationships with clients; when we understand your priorities and needs, we can get ‘under the skin’ of a project and produce our very best work. Some of our major schemes are pin-pointed below 

 

Rural

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