Landscaping

Top-end country house refurb specialists have seen enquiries double in the last year, and there's no sign of slowdown.

New guidance aims to "dispel myths and misconceptions" about Fallopia Japonica, and "help unblock needlessly effected home sales".

Oxford Circus is to be reinvented as a pair of "pedestrian-friendly piazzas" by the end of this year, according to new plans by Westminster City Council and The Crown Estate

The Royal Institute of British Architects has partnered with Google's Arts & Culture platform to create 15 specially-curated online "stories", showcasing the best of the RIBA archive.

Savills is helping to secure planning permission for an environmental art exhibition, which involves 100 life-size elephant sculptures taking up residence in Central London.

Surrey has a higher percentage of tree coverage than any other part of the country, according to some surprising new analysis.

A team led by New York Highline designers James Corner Field Operations has won a competition to turn a stretch of disused railway viaduct in Camden into a new public park.

International developer PSN Group brought in architectural firm John McAslan and Partners, interior designers O&A London and landscape specialists Gillespies to realise its flagship project, Polyanka/44, …

The Government has published a new set of national design standards for property developments, formally introducing the word "beauty" into planning rules for the first time.

RHS to hold flagship gardening event in the autumn for the first time.

Designs by Tonkin Liu promise a comprehensive revamp of London's second-largest garden square, enlarging the Mayfair garden by some 3,000 square metres and creating a template for urban landscaping projects…