The Colony, Wilmslow | Landstruction

The Colony, Wilmslow

The Colony is a combination of luxurious offices and professional business space set within spectacular landscaped grounds. The HQ is a private business members club located within the ground-breaking Colony development in Wilmslow which also offers the perfect set up for a wedding celebration. Situated on the outskirts of Wilmslow, these flexible interior and exterior spaces have been meticulously designed to cater for events of all sizes.

Fact File

Working with CW Studio, a landscape architecture practice based in Manchester, Landstruction completed the exterior landscaping which aimed to connect the building with its rural setting as well as creating a peaceful and intimate setting for its users.

At the heart of the development is a central courtyard with formal planting beds containing soft blends of perennials and grasses. A formal pool creates a focal point and bespoke stone artwork benches offer places to meet and sit.

Striking ornamental grass planting around the buildings echoes the surrounding countryside, while a meadow with mown paths visually links to the borrowed landscape beyond.

Fact and Figures

Over 700m2 Granite Paving

Completion Date

Winter 2016

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