Simpson Landscapes has completed extensive works under-taken on behalf of Rouse Hill Infrastructure and Sydney Water. The requirement was for large catchment basins with surrounding areas to be regenerated and revegetated with native species to assist with erosion reduction and to recreate Indigenous Cumberland Plains bushlands. Simpson Landscapes were awarded a state and national Commercial Eco Awareness award for these works in 2010.
Works were carried out for Sutherland Shire Council in November 2008 on sections of Oyster Creek at Oyster Bay in the southern suburbs of Sydney. Simpson Landscapes were awarded a state and national award for these works in 2011. Stabilisation works included installation of coir logs, and indigenous planting into jute matting along the reinforced creek beds.
The Helensburgh wetlands area, located halfway between Sydney and Wollongong, comprises an adventure playground, named Gymea Glade, and the parklands that are key components of Landcom’s Helensburgh residential development. Simpson Landscapes was contracted to give form to the landscape architect’s plans and it was a major undertaking that involved an extensive program of works including con-struction of a custom-made playground and a network of pathways, extensive native plantings, wetland rehabilitation and the in-stallation of artworks. Simpson Landscapes were awarded a NSW state Recreational Landscapes award for these works in 2010.