St Austell Business Park is designed for life, and enhancing the local landscape.
Thriving parkland, native plant life and bright open garden spaces. Our commitment to encouraging and preserving nature makes St Austell Business Park a unique place to work.
Drawing inspiration from nearby innovators the Eden Project and the proposed eco-town development, we’re keeping our visual impact on the landscape to a minimum. We’re working with the landscape by creating buildings that work better for the planet as well as the people working inside them.
Our local landscape designer Michael Hawes, Mei Loci worked alongside Owen Beynon of Alan Leather Architects, ensuring our space would enhance the landscape, not be a blight on it.
I was inspired by Peter’s passion. He refers to it as ‘his garden’; he wanted this to be an environment that could be loved, and insisted that even the car parking should be an extension of that vision. It is so rare to get the opportunity to express design strongly within a commercial contract.
Mike Hawes, Landscape Architect and Director, Meiloci
We’ve taken every measure to protect the existing flora and fauna that surrounds our space, putting time, respect and consideration in to preserving every aspect of nature and keeping our visual impact on the landscape to a minimum.
We’re championing native plant species, blending them seamlessly with ornamental garden plants to create an invigorating garden environment.
What’s more, we’re taking careful consideration to honour the mining heritage of the area, so that we can shed light on St Austell’s past and push forward into the future.