Chelsea job should take three years
John McAslan & Partners has been appointed to masterplan the £40m overhaul of Sloane Street in Chelsea.
The landscape project is due to start this autumn and to take three years to complete.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and developer Cadogan are behind the revamp which will include resurfacing and widening pavements, improving the lighting and adding more street furniture.
Chelsea Flower Show award winner Andy Sturgeon has been brought in to oversee new planting at the street best known for its upmarket shops such as Prada and Cartier.
Materials used will include traditional York stone and silver-grey granite.