Population growth demands urbanization which consequently pressurizes rural land and risks creating ecological damage. Compact cities and urban areas are part of the solution to protect rural surroundings, but citizens also require fresh air, clean water and open green spaces to enjoy. Along with good quality housing and amenities, these are the basic ingredients for ‘attractive urban living’.


The role of Landscape in Architecture

A glimpse into the landscape projects we have been involved in over the years and the benefits of landscape within an architectural project. At Waddington, not only do we offer Architecture and Interior Design services but Landscape Architecture services too.


College Gardens Urban Living

Completed in Summer 2019, College Gardens is the perfect example of modern urban living. Softened by thoughtful planting, integrated bench seating, pétanque & a permanent table tennis table.
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Turning Offices into Homes for Island Residents

This is a project intent on recycling and reusing an out-dated construction, transforming it to reveal a new, sophisticated residential space for the people of St Helier. Bath Street, as we know it today runs in a south to north direction from Queen Street to David Place. Originally thought to be public baths, the branding behind this development is one of belonging, history, status and warmth.


The Compact Garden Suburb

Waddington’s concept diagram for creating greener, healthier and happier communities.


Chough Aviary for The National Trust

The red-billed chough, a former resident of Jersey and once found on several areas of the Island’s coastline, became extinct by 1900. This highly charismatic bird (Chauvette in Jèrriais) was returned to Jersey through the release of birds bred at Durrell and Paradise Park in Cornwall and has become a prominent flagship for the restoration project and highlight the Island’s conservation in a world setting. The Chauvette could become a symbol too of the Island’s ambitious Coastal National Park. The overall, long-term, coastland restoration project was launched as Birds On The Edge in 2012 with the red-billed chough as its flagship.
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