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  • The Electric Landscape

      At Red Kite, we seize every opportunity to work on projects in our local community of the Ironbridge Gorge. When we discovered that the Ironbridge power station cooling towers were to be demolished in 2020 as part of a planned development, we decided to launch a project to reflect on and celebrate these significant […]

  • Discovering Tobermore

    We have specified Tobermore’s concrete paving for several of our projects, so in June we ventured to County L’Derry to Tobermore HQ to see for ourselves if Tobermore’s innovation and eco credentials really lived up to what their rep Nick Watts told us. From the first step in the factory, it was great to see […]

  • Play in Holmcroft, Stafford

    With Stafford Borough Council and the local Councillors we are launching Phase 2 consultation on the 31st July running to 16th September, to capture feedback on concept proposals for the play facilities in the Holmcroft Area. We have 3 public drop-in sessions over the 2nd and 3rd August and a further event on the 14th September. […]

  • Launch of consultation for the Grange

    We have launched Phase 2 of the consultation for the Grange in Leominster. The aim of the consultation is to gain feedback from local residents and stakeholders on the concept proposals we have developed for the Grange. We’ll be holding a number of stakeholder workshops, public drop-in sessions, and surveys throughout July. The concept proposals […]

  • Funding success for the Watermeadows

    South Northamptonshire Council has just received £147,375 of RDPE Water Environment Grant from the Environment Agency to implement river restoration and habitat works at the Watermeadows in Towcester. The works will be scoped out in a feasibility study to be undertaken over the next few months, and will aim to improve fish passage on the River […]

  • CIIEM Registered Practice

    We are proud to announce that we are now a Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) Registered Practice. “CIEEM’s Registered Practices are champions of high professional standards and the delivery of the best outcomes for biodiversity whilst supporting a thriving economy. They are ambassadors for our profession, helping to raise its profile and […]

  • Funding awarded to Black Country Living Museum

    The Black Country Living Museum has been awarded £9.4m from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, which will now allow work to start on the £23m Forging Ahead project. Red Kite Network have led the landscape design of the first phase of the project, to include a new entrance way, car park and visitor centre landscape, […]

  • Planning permission granted for Black Country Living Museum

    Planning permission for the £6m expansion and renovation of the Black Country Living Museum has been granted. Red Kite are part of a multi-disciplinary team with Napier Clarke Architects, BWB Consulting and Donald McIntyre Design who have developed the design proposals, which includes a new car park, visitor centre, learning centre, pedestrian welcome zone, and […]

  • Grange Court, Leominster

    In December 2018, Red Kite were commissioned by Leominster Town Council to prepare a masterplan for the Grange in Leominster. The Grange is a beautiful public green space in the heart of Leominster, rich in heritage and wildlife. We’ve just completed the first major phase of our work for the project, which has consisted of: […]