Landscape architecture master plans are used when a client needs to plan a whole site, before embarking on more detailed landscape design services for each individual area. For example, in educational landscape design projects, Jeavons collaborate with architects and other consultants to plan the location of buildings and how they relate to all the outdoor areas, including sports fields, play areas, outdoor learning spaces, nature zones, paths and entries.
For existing schools, a Landscape Master Plan is useful to plan how the whole site will be best used to cater for future growth; it identifies the best location for all outdoor play, learning, recreation, sport, social and circulation spaces that will be needed by the school in the future.
For a park landscape design, the Master Plan establishes the location for all landscape and play elements that will be needed over time.
The process typically includes:
The final agreed Landscape Master Plan can then be implemented over time.
Jeavons’ Master Plans may be presented as a plan or in a report format. They are used to:
They are an important tool for fundraising and grant applications.
A Landscape Master Plan is the first step in the landscape planning and design process. The next step is to prepare a landscape Concept Plan.
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