St Peters Street landscaping
St Peters street in Ipswich has recently been landscaped as part of the latest phase of the ‘Greener Ipswich Project.’ This renovation has aided the kickstart of green spaces across the town as well as helping to create a lively atmosphere for the public.
A range of concrete seating and planters were installed here beside the bronze statue of Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, which is situated in Ipswich town centre, Suffolk. The Townscape Unity range is designed to enhance and transform any urban space while maintaining functionality. The seating and planters are robust yet easy to move if or when necessary. The products used here were the Unity 1250 seat with deck top and the Unity 1250 planter in a Yorkstone buff finish.
The landscaping upgrade was prepared as part of the Towns preparation for The Coronation of King Charles III and Queen Camilla. The main theme is based on the idea of Tudor plants, particularly those with medicinal properties. Tudor gardens were designed to provide food, medicine, and a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The herbs that have been planted near the Wolsey statue are some of the medieval healing herbs thought to have beneficial properties for the lungs, heart, digestion, and headache.