SINCE 1983




2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017



Described as the Landscape Atelier, Murdoch Wickham are award-winning landscape architects.

Our reputation is big enough to attract some of the biggest clients and development projects, but with a boutique design studio to manage the detail and become ingrained in each project’s history to bring a site’s story to life.

Featured Projects


White City


Temple Farm


Goodman’s Fields


One Tower Bridge

Design Services

The team at Murdoch Wickham encompass a broad skill set so we can offer a wide range of services to our clients, from initial planning and assessment stages, all the way through to plant procurement and on-site supervision.

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Season’s Greetings from Murdoch Wickham

Greenfingers is a national charity who have to date created 55 inspiring hospice gardens around the country, they are driven by the belief that time spent outdoors can give children and families a vital opportunity to embrace the benefits of being in the fresh air and engaging with the natural environment.

Gardens created by Greenfingers Charity are fantastic magical spaces where children who spend times in hospices can be together with their family and friends. read more…
3 December 2018 by Neil Coverly

Winter Lights 2018

Yesterday evening I travelled up to London to experience the spectacular annual Winter Lights Festival, a fantastic celebration of light technology featuring 33 installations of interactive art spread throughout Canary Wharf.

As the evening progressed it basically turned into a series based on the subject of “Light”… If you can get there before Saturday 27th, I would highly recommend it! read more…
23 January 2018 by Neil Coverly

Postcards from New Zealand 2017

For many years MW’s Senior Landscape Architect Clive McDonnell has spent the winter months in New Zealand– for the next 8 weeks follow #CliveInNZ for his latest photographic updates! read more…
21 December 2017 by Neil Coverly

Season’s Greetings from all at Murdoch Wickham

According to Unicef, right now, more than 8 million Syrian children are in danger. Many have lost their homes, their schools and even their families. They face unspeakable violence and a lack of food, health care and clean water. Now Syria’s children face another threat– the deadly cold winter.

Frightened children face freezing temperatures with no way of keeping warm. Without access to shelter, blankets or warm clothes, many children will struggle to survive. read more…
11 December 2017 by Neil Coverly

Kidbrooke Village Tree Tagging

Kidbrooke Village, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich is an award winning regeneration scheme by Berkeley Group replacing the former Ferrier Estate. Consisting of 4,800 new homes and surrounded by 136 acres of open space, it is a major new village suburb for South East London.

Murdoch Wickham were commissioned by Berkeley Group in 2015 to work on Phase 3, the Village Centre. This phase will deliver 983 new homes, a new station ticket office for Kidbooke station as well as a new central Village Square and commercial hub. read more…
19 May 2017 by Ben Skelley

Murdoch Wickham strives to create successful spaces for communities to use and enjoy.

Our vast range of experience and passion for design excellence allows us to enhance the environment, both sustainably and for the community.
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