Boundary Way - Landscape
The landscape design for the main site of Boundary Way has been designed to create safe and attractive streets and spaces.
At the heart of the site are the community hub gardens; a place where residents can socialise and where children can play in a fun yet safe environment. Play equipment will include timber features as well as stone boulders for interactive play.
Behind the Community Hall is a small garden which is the sole use by the community centre.
The Boundary Way streetscape will be revitalised with new asphalt paving together with new tree and shrub planting. Raised table crossing points will aid with pedestrian safety and accessibility.
The parking courtyards will be improved with new paving and soft landscape, designed with a ‘Homezone’ approach including flush (level access) paving, traffic calming interventions and strategically placed planting beds.
Wherever possible and providing they are in a healthy state, existing trees will be retained on site.
All new furniture and lighting will be of high quality and robust. Lighting will be improved throughout the streetscape.
A Typical Streetscape Plan