Tom Chapman


I offer a complete landscape architectural service from site design and planning requirements through to detail design, tender and site monitoring of projects.

I have over 25 years experience in the landscape industry and have been working as a landscape architect for nearly 20 years.  I became a chartered member of The Landscape Institute in 2001.

I have previously worked for:

English Heritage, London on many important historic sites including Dover Castle, Eltham Palace, Bolsover Castle, Audley End and Osbourne House.

Allen Tod Architects, Leeds. Conservation architects specialising in urban regeneration including HLF studies for National Coal Mining Museum, Wakefield.  Torr Vale Mills, Derbyshire. Masterplanning and LVIA for Shoebury Garrison, Essex. New build hospices in Bradford and York.

Colvin and Moggridge, Gloucestershire. England’s longest established landscape architectural practice. Country House estates including Glympton Park, Salperton Park and Castletown, Eire.

Boffa Miskell, Auckland. Environmental consultancy. Projects including contemporary urban design,  public parks, nature reserves and schools.

Simon Johnson, Bath. One of England’s foremost country house landscape designers. I have worked for Simon for the last 7 years and still continue to work with him on numerous private and public designs with many well known architectural practices. (Projects such as Holburne Museum, Bournemouth Pavilion Gardens, Buxton  Crescent)

I use CAD and other computer programmes and also offer high quality hand drawn illustration. I have a good plant knowledge and specialise particularly in design using traditional, local  materials. I have an excellent knowledge of landscape design history and an appreciation of the evolution of our rural and urban landscape ensuring that all designs are sympathetic with their environment whether that is historic or contemporary.

Tom Chapman CMLI, Dip LA, BA (Hons), NDHort

Chartered Member of The Landscape Institute