One of the key issues dogging Ukrainian organisers is the renovation of Kiev’s 84,000-seat Olympic stadium, due to hold the Euro 2012 final.
A Taiwanese firm won a tender earlier this year to modernise the facility, but Ukrainian officials have since ceased all dealings with the company and reopened the bidding to German firm GMP and Britain’s Foster and Partners.
SOURCE: Football Feed Article | Football | guardian.co.uk.
The Landscape Institute is delighted to announce that Neil Williamson has taken up the office of President for the next two years.
Williamson, who began his duties earlier this month, is currently Head of Environmental Design within the Planning Service of New Forest District Council, and takes over from Nigel Thorne as the head of the chartered body for landscape architects.
New President for Landscape Institute.
THIRTEEN million trees have been planted halfway through an ambitious 20-year plan to transform an area of Scotland the size of Greater London by covering a fifth of it with woodland.
The charity behind the scheme says the Central Scotland Forest is taking the form and significance envisaged.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Scotsman.com – You won’t see the dereliction for the trees –
According to Wall Street Journal the village of Jinjia on the far eastern side of Shanghai is getting ready to be relocated as Disney continues negotiations on opening a theme park by 2012.
Disney Hong Kong has been open almost 3 years however has had mixed reviews due to its size and that the theme park was not adjusted to Chinese tastes. It will be interesting to see if Disney has learnt from HK Disney and create a Disney World Florida sized park on the Mainland.
Read the Wall Street Journal Article for more information
Today we have launched another website UKlandscapearchitect.com. Our new website carry over the design language of our sites such as worldlandscapearchitect.com and all the great features. So for all those in working and interested in UK landscape Architecture take a look at
UK landscape architect.com