Lyveden Reconnected Project

Working with the National Trust to reconnect the manor grounds to the historical landscape of Lyveden Manor

About the Project

We secured a contract with the National Trust in partnership with Palmers of Oakham Ltd, helping to complete a project called ‘Lyveden Reconnected’ near Corby, Northamptonshire, in the grounds of Lyveden Manor.

The National Trust set out on an extensive 8 month project to reconnect the manor grounds to the historical landscape of Lyveden, providing a space to tell the story of Sir Tresham who designed the symbolic landscape and garden lodge.

Creating space for new visitor facilities and a larger cafe, the project involved the installation of a 3,500 square metre car park and new drainage systems for the new cafe area, in addition to public footpaths and hard landscaping.

Currently a few months away from completion, we’ll update this case study with photos of the finished project soon! You can find out more about the Lyveden Reconnected Project here.

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