We are delighted that King Edward VII Estate has won an Evening Standard New Homes award for Best Conversion. LUC acted as consultant landscape architects on this large-scale project and was responsible for the design, restoration and ecology of the prestigious listed gardens which were originally planted by the renowned horticulturalist Gertrude Jekyll. The newly designed landscape is a faithful restoration of her work.

King Edward VII Estate was built in 1901 as a sanatorium. Once the conversion is fully complete, the listed building will comprise over 160 beautiful homes. The estate includes a Grade II*listed chapel which will be converted into a café and shop for residents.