How do we ask 'What Happens Next?'
WE CREATE MULTIFUNCTIONAL GREEN SPACES…
With any given space we can provide multiple uses to create a balance where nature and people can both thrive: (1) a space for nature and wildlife, (2) an area for amenity/ recreation, (3) and a place which inspires us to find uses for the plants…. In any given space, the ideas on ‘What you can do Next’ are endless!
WE PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY…
To appreciate that nature is part of a big cycle is the first step to become self sufficient… best example is when we enjoy healthy food!
That is why we have created our ‘Seed to Celebration’ book. You will appreciate all stages of a plant’s life cycle, celebrate with food recipes and fun craft ideas, and become self-sufficient by simply asking ‘What Happens Next’?
WE CREATE SPACE FOR WILDLIFE…
Creating spaces for wildlife in local areas contributes to global sustainability.
Why? Because everything in nature is connected. Enhancing wildlife at a local level is enhancing one piece of the earth’s complex ecosystem….
Our aim is to promote a simple concept that ‘What happens here’ will affect ‘What Happens elsewhere’.
'What Happens Next'?
'What Happens Next' is a rhetorical question about our relationship with nature.
The more we ask 'What Happens Next', the more we realise we live within an interconnected ecosystem...
If we understand this relationship with nature, we appreciate that what is good for humanity is good for mother earth, and what is good for mother earth is good for humanity.
The What Happens Next Project stands for diversity not division! We want diversity in people, neighbourhoods, animals and habitats... A world where there is diversity in humanity and in nature, is a world where division can not survive!
What we offer:
1. The What Happens Next Garden... Sowing seeds in you garden is the first step towards building a relationship with nature. Good for our wellbeing, great for nature!
2. Celebrating Nature... We create event spaces which allows people to have fun within nature. The positive energy at these events creates a life of its own!
3. Sustainable Landscape Design.... 'Seed to Celebration' is a unique approach we have developed to sustainable landscape design...!
52% of UK school children do not eat veg on daily basis
64% of the population of Great Britain do not get their 5-a-day.
immersion in nature increases performance on a creativity, problem-solving task by a full 50%
% of schools saw rise in student self-esteem due to new outdoor learning spaces
Designer & Builder
Sustainable landscape design
We have 3 types of packages for you. Click for further details and choose the right one for you.
The Seed to Celebration Garden
- Seed to Celebration Garden - design & /or build
- Herb bed, vegetable planter, fruit tree and heritage seeds and heritage plants
- Rainwater harvesting system
- Wormery/ composting system
- Emphasis on nutrient-rich food for resilience, health and performance
- Interactive garden management, food recipes and crafts ideas
- A start-up kit & follow up workshops
- An educational resource which inspires us to re-use seeds and remove toxins from our food
The 'What Happens Next' Design approach
- Professional design & planning services
- Holistic approach to environmental enhancements, sustainable development and well-being
- Design concepts in line with the 'What Happens Next' philosophy
- Designs with a focus on 'multi-functional green spaces'
- Green spaces which have an emphasis on health
- Green spaces which have an emphasis on maximising wildlife
- A specialist consultancy services for landscape planning, landscape and urban design and landscape management.
resilient community initiatives
- 'Seed to Celebration Garden' meets 'WHN design'
- Integrates the 'new garden communities' movement with innovative Post-COVID designs and concepts
- Community gardens strategies to contribute to healthy and inclusive neighbourhoods.
- Establishes food as a local system and provides opportunities for placemaking
- Bespoke interactive management plans for community projects and homeowners
- A joined-up approach to urban design and garden design - integrates the concepts in Option 1 with the concepts in Option 2