We like to ask: What happens Next?

Our focus

How do we ask 'What Happens Next?'
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!


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’?


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’.


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Ask... What Happens Next?

Why we like to the question 'What Happens Next'?:

1. To see a positive and constructive approach to sustainability.
2. To promote a new mindset inspired by innovative designs in landscape architecture.
3. To contribute to the sustainability debate by highlighting the relationship the landscape has with the human mind, and how it is essential to ask "what happens next?"!

If we stop to think and ask the question...
i) what happened before
ii) what happens next to me
iii) and what happens next
...with the things we consume, the objects around us and the environment we live in... we develop an awareness that everything in nature is connected within one balanced ecosystem. Essential bit of wisdom for people who will happily take responsibility for the environment we live in right now...

Design principles:
To build spaces which:
1. Makes us aware that we live within a fragile ecosystem.
2. Celebrates nature and promotes sustainability.
3. Result in a healthy environment today so that we can enjoy healthier communities tomorrow.

  • 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
Arthur Daw
Arthur Daw
Fully qualified Landscape Architect. A focus on landscape architecture, sustainability and well-being. Over 10 year experience in landscape architecture and over 20 years in the landscape industry.
Lee Billet
Lee Billet
Over 20 years experience in building play spaces, visitor attractions, outdoor school learning areas, woodland activity centres. Unique ability to design and build with sustainable materials.


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