The philosophy has been to develop the landscape environment ahead of the buildings and to create amenity spaces to the highest standard.
Landscaping is a common theme linking all elements of the campus together. The landscaping in Citywest is imaginatively designed keeping a strong Celtic identity. There are many focal points throughout the campus including the Pool of Tara and Riverwalk which provide for beautiful scenic walks for all to enjoy.
At the heart of the Citywest Campus lies Riverwalk, a major office development providing an urban thoroughfare with convenience store, sandwich shops and a 100-seater restaurant.
From inception in 1992, the quality of the landscape of Citywest was viewed as of paramount importance, not just as a physical entity but also a cultural one.
The stunning curved feature blocks of Waterside, incorporating stone-clad and glass facades, sit reflecting in the water features within the spectacular landscaped grounds before them.
Citywest has developed in a sustainable way from its beginning in 1992, except that it was called good husbandry at the time. It did this by respecting and working with nature.
Ultimate ecological health can be demonstrated by the variety and numbers of wildlife.
Key to the Citywest quality environment is the scale and approach of its landscaping. The landscaping is imaginatively designed to give shelter and security, together with a strong Celtic identity.