Enplan's landscape architects have considerable overseas experience and have worked extensively in Europe, the Middle East, Far East and Africa.

Philip Russell-Vick has been involved in the design of various public spaces in Kuwait, Bahrain and UAE. He was project manager for the design and implementation of a £5M scheme for five new urban parks in Kuwait City and he has prepared good practice guidelines for highway design and landscape works for the Highways Ministry of Hong Kong. Enplan have prepared external works and landforms for the new Visitor Centre for Sir Edwin Lutyens WW1 'Memorial to the Missing' at Theipval on the Somme in northern France.

Richard Hodgetts has lived and worked in the UAE for several years and has project experience in several Middle East countries, also eastern Europe and Africa. Projects include work on the Dubai Jumaeriah Pearl, the A'Swadi Coastal Tourism Zone in Oman, the Al Ain town centre, new commercial and hotel developments in Istanbul, urban centre redevelopment in Tirana, Albania and a new central park at Boa Vista, Luanda.