Luke Greysmith CMLI

Chartered Landscape Architect

 

Education and training

Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI), BA (Hons) Landscape Architecture, Manchester Metropolitan University
 

Professional experience

Luke is a Chartered Landcsape Architect with a broad range of experience in landscape architecture, masterplanning, urban public realm, landscape assessment and contract administration. He worked at Land Use Consultants for eighteen years which included a number of major design roles such as The Eden Project (site masterplan, biome interiors and the education centre), West Thames College campus redevelopment, the Tower of London Public Realm Study and the Ore Valley community greenspace in Hastings. 
 
Since 2012 he has operated independently in order to focus on design and delivery of public realm projects which often include sustainable urban drainage systems (SuDS).  An example of this is the award winning Derbyshire Street Pocket Park in east London. Luke developed the project from scratch with the adjacent community centre, Oxford House, and worked with The London Borough of Tower Hamlets to design and implement this important community led initiative.
 

Areas of expertise

Landscape architecture, public realm, community projects, urban design, site masterplanning, SuDS.