Shendish Manor Hotel, Hertfordshire

Another multi-disciplinary commission, proposals for the grounds of this Grade II Listed Hotel set within the Metropolitan Green Belt include a £16m pavilion providing an additional 30 bedrooms, conferencing/function facilities and a self-contained leisure centre with swimming pool, gym and treatment rooms, designed by multi-award winning Architects Tooley Foster Partnership.

Working within the grounds of a Grade II listed building, such as this one, Open Spaces has provided a full range of tree and landscape related services, including tree consultancy, restoration management report, outline hard and soft landscape design and outline proposals for a contemporary wedding garden, all set within the formal grounds designed in the 19th Century by Edward Kemp.

Open Spaces proudly announces the Shendish Manor Hotel project as a successful scheme for a Grade II Listed hotel complex as planning permission is now approved.


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    Landscape Architecture: Masterplan, Hard Landscape Plan, Soft Landscape Plan, Historical Gardens report, Wedding garden design

    Tree: BS 5837 Report

    Planning: Approved