Director & Chartered Landscape Architect
BSc (Hons), CBiol, DipLA, CMLI, MSGD, MBALI
David graduated from the University of Coventry with a BSc in Applied Biology. He achieved a Post-Graduate Certificate in Landscape Architecture from the University of Central England and has been a Chartered Landscape Architect since 1998. He founded and built up Keary Design Associates as its Principal Landscape Architect and Director, working with clients within the built environment sector across the UK. David’s experience across the commercial and private landscaping sectors has been gained from his involvement in projects including residential schemes, masterplanning, feasibility studies, parks, reclamation, regeneration, conservation, leisure, play and corporate developments nationwide.
Winning RHS and BALI awards for design excellence in both the private and domestic domain, David is also a registered member of the Society of Garden Designers. He continues to develop the company as a registered Practice of the Landscape Institute and is an active Designer Member of the British Association of Landscape Industries.
Lynn has worked alongside David within the horticulture and landscape industry for over 15 years and is responsible for the consistent corporate branding, communications and content marketing at Keary Design Associates. She has a European Business degree gained through her studies in both London and Stuttgart and shares over 20 years’ marketing experience across the landscape, construction and horticultural spectrum.
Lynn also helps other rural businesses with their marketing programmes, providing credible and consistent content, digitally and traditionally. She supports clients across the landscaping supply chain from designer to grower to landscaper.
Sensitive, understated design, intrinsically with disabled access in mind
Engaged with the local community and liaised with planning teams, consultants, contractors and play equipment manufacturers
Liaison with planning departments, play equipment manufacturers and community groups
Managing schedules and contractor activity and enabling timely and effective completion
Using the latest 2D and 3D visualisation tools as an integral part of the design process, not just a visual presentation medium.
Sensitive design, acknowledging the prevalent natural habitat and recognising its potential to accommodate greater biodiversity.
Enhancing and developing existing public open spaces.