SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE SERIES

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The sustainable landscape series is a free public lecture series by leading practitioners in the field of sustainability and landscape. It is organised by the Landscape Architecture course at the University of Gloucestershire and runs monthly through the academic year. The series explores various innovative approaches and themes connected with the creation of landscapes to enhance the health and wellbeing of people and planet. It has been running for 8 years now and has had some excellent speakers so far (see below). It is sponsored by Arup Landscape and the Landscape Institute South West.

Every presentation is recorded and videos will be made available on this site when possible. Presentations shown below – all talks start at 6.45pm in Room TC001, Francis Close Hall campus, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL5 1LF – everyone is welcome!

SLS 2015/16

  • 24 NOVEMBER 2015: Emily Haysom (Artist and landscape architect) VIDEO AVAILABLE
  • 02 FEBRUARY 2016: Jenifer White (National Landscape Adviser, Historic England) VIDEO AVAILABLE
  • 09 FEBRUARY 2016: Sue Illman (Founder Illman-Young, PPLI)
  • 16 FEBRUARY 2016: Chris Bodle (Landscape Architect/Artist) VIDEO AVAILABLE
  • 01 MARCH 2016: James Conway (Landscape Architect, Arup) VIDEO AVAILABLE
  • 08 MARCH 2016: Julie Fleck OBE (Project Lead, Built Environment Professional, Education Project Office for Disability Issues | Department for Work and Pensions) VIDEO AVAILABLE

 

SLS 2013/14

SLS 2012/13 

SLS 2011/12

  • THE BENEFITS OF LARGE TREES IN URBAN AREAS – Mark Job (Arup Landscape)
  • GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE: LAND, PEOPLE & LOCALISM – Annie Coombs (Independent Consultant)
  • 2012 OLYMPICS: THE LANDSCAPE LEGACY – Tom Armour (Arup Landscape) & Neil Mattinson (LDA Design)
  • SOIL, SOUL, SOCIETY – Satish Kumar (Resurgence)
  • THE DEMOCRATIC LANDSCAPE – Noel Farrer (Farrer Huxley Associates)

SLS 2010/11

  • OUR BREATHING PLANET – David Richards (GROSS.MAX)
  • BIG QUESTIONS, ORDINARINESS & DELIGHT – Bill Gething (RIBA Sustainability Advisor)
  • A COMMUNITY APPROACH TO REGENERATION – Pam Warhurst (Incredible Edible Todmorden)
  • LANDSCAPE: BALANCE, OPPORTUNITY & TRANSFORMATION – Andy Middleton (Ecosapiens)
  • SUSTAINABILITY IN THE PLANNING, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION – Paul Johnson(Arup Global)

SLS 2009/10

SLS 2008/9


2 comments

  1. Lynda Kimberley

    What time are the lectures please???

  2. All lectures start at 6.45pm, last about an hour, parking on campus, free refreshments following. Public lectures so everyone is welcome to come along.

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