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New library books available…

The landscape architecture section of the library has been expanded even further this year – a small fragment shown in the image above. Many thanks to Rachel Reid, our subject librarian, for organising this. Use the following link to access

New library books available…

The landscape architecture section of the library has been expanded even further this year – a small fragment shown in the image above. Many thanks to Rachel Reid, our subject librarian, for organising this. Use the following link to access

Urban Futures Symposium 2-4 August 2016

The University of Gloucestershire Landscape Architecture course, with support from CCRI, would like to announce their Urban Futures symposium. The full title of the symposium is Urban Futures : Researching the territory between Space, Heritage, Living and Environment in the 21st century

Urban Futures Symposium 2-4 August 2016

The University of Gloucestershire Landscape Architecture course, with support from CCRI, would like to announce their Urban Futures symposium. The full title of the symposium is Urban Futures : Researching the territory between Space, Heritage, Living and Environment in the 21st century

Bob Droning On…

Bob Moore recently gave a talk on the application of drone technology in landscape architecture site survey to the local branch of the British Computer Society. To a large audience of mainly computer specialists, he first outlined the nature and

Bob Droning On…

Bob Moore recently gave a talk on the application of drone technology in landscape architecture site survey to the local branch of the British Computer Society. To a large audience of mainly computer specialists, he first outlined the nature and

Enhancement Week 3: Trip to Hockerton

As part of our third Enhancement Week, we travelled to the Hockerton Housing Project (HHP) in Nottinghamshire.  With the theme being Principles of Sustainable Design, the self-sufficient co-housing development appeared an ideal choice. Operating as a community business, HHP welcomes

Enhancement Week 3: Trip to Hockerton

As part of our third Enhancement Week, we travelled to the Hockerton Housing Project (HHP) in Nottinghamshire.  With the theme being Principles of Sustainable Design, the self-sufficient co-housing development appeared an ideal choice. Operating as a community business, HHP welcomes

SLS 2015/16 presentations now online to view

Five presentations from the Sustainable Landscape Series 2015/16 are now available online to view. They include: Emily Haysom: Negotiated Territories (Nov 2015) Jennifer White: Historic England (February 2016) Chris Bodle: Small Actions, Big Changes (February 2016) James Conway: ARUP (March 2016) Julie

SLS 2015/16 presentations now online to view

Five presentations from the Sustainable Landscape Series 2015/16 are now available online to view. They include: Emily Haysom: Negotiated Territories (Nov 2015) Jennifer White: Historic England (February 2016) Chris Bodle: Small Actions, Big Changes (February 2016) James Conway: ARUP (March 2016) Julie

Sustainable Landscape Series 2015/16 speakers

The final list of speakers for the Sustainable Landscape Series has now been fixed – see below for more details, or download the list here…SLS 2015 full list SLS 2015/16 24 NOVEMBER 2015: Emily Haysom (Artist and landscape architect) 02 FEBRUARY 2016: Jenifer White

Sustainable Landscape Series 2015/16 speakers

The final list of speakers for the Sustainable Landscape Series has now been fixed – see below for more details, or download the list here…SLS 2015 full list SLS 2015/16 24 NOVEMBER 2015: Emily Haysom (Artist and landscape architect) 02 FEBRUARY 2016: Jenifer White

Landscape Issues reborn!

Landscape Issues has been reborn. This journal, produced by the landscape architecture course and first published in the 1980s through to the 90s, has re-appeared in online format (at http://www.landscapeissues.com) and in hard-copy print. It is our intention to use

Landscape Issues reborn!

Landscape Issues has been reborn. This journal, produced by the landscape architecture course and first published in the 1980s through to the 90s, has re-appeared in online format (at http://www.landscapeissues.com) and in hard-copy print. It is our intention to use