Wildlands

Ecological Landscape Design

Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture is offered for a wide range of projects from large master planning to detail design with support for planning applications and peer reviews also available.  Landscape Architectural experience is based in the private and local government sectors in New Zealand and also overseas.  Landscape Architecture services at Wildland Consultants Ltd include:

  • Naturally enhanced landscape design and master- planning
  • Detail design and development
  • Contract preparation and management
  • Project management
  • Landscape monitoring and maintenance advice
  • Landscape and visual effects assessments for proposals
  • Peer review of landscape and visual assessments
  • Preparation and delivery of landscape evidence for planning hearings

Landscape Architecture expertise at Wildland Consultants is based in landscape planning, and project design and management.  Many large scale projects have been completed, including assessments of landscape change for residential, rural, commercial, and industrial land use and development.

Landscape Architecture and Ecology

Wildland Consultants Ltd is a progressive ecological and landscape consultancy, which has been operating since 1985. The company is committed to providing high quality landscape architectural services, ecological information, advice, and technical services to a wide range of clients.  The company specialises in:

  • Naturally-enhanced landscape design
  • Landscape planning
  • Master planning
  • Preparation and delivery of landscape evidence for planning hearings
  • Visual Assessment
  • Landscape Assessment
  • Master planning and landscape design
  • Contract preparation and management
  • Project management
  • Peer review of landscape and visual assessments
  • Landscape ecology
  • Application of the Resource Management Act 1991 (natural heritage identification and assessment of relative significance)
  • Ecological restoration
  • Assessments of environmental effects of proposed land uses
  • Survey, assessment, monitoring and management of biodiversity, vegetation, wildlife, threatened species, problem plants (weeds), and introduced mammalian pests
  • Rehabilitation and restoration of degraded sites
  • Management of natural areas
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) mapping and related analysis
  • Design, implementation, and monitoring of revegetation projects
  • Ecological research and planning