Scott Wilson win award for Tianjin Hai He River

The Hai He River Landscape Design project in Tianjin, China, was joint winner in the Consultancy Project (<£2m) of the Year category. Through landscape design and the creation of high quality public space, this project, in the heart of Tianjin, is a successful example of environment-led regeneration creating a sustainable resource for the present and future generations to enjoy.

SOURCE: Scott Wilson

East Village Riverwalk plan debuts – Calgary Canada

The developer for Calgary’s East Village will reveal the plans for the redevelopment to the public today. The project has suffered many delays and false starts over many years.

The plans for the first stage will redevelop a 4km section of the riverwalk connecting the East Village to Downtown.

Read the SOURCE @ Calgary Herald – East Village Riverwalk plan debuts.

UT Dallas breaks ground on major landscaping project | Richardson | pegasusnews.com

Pegasis News reports

“On Thursday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m., there’ll be a groundbreaking ceremony adjacent to the McDermott Library on the campus of the University of Texas at Dallas.

The groundbreaking marks the start of a major landscaping project undertaken by the firm of Peter Walker and Partners, who have been contracted to spiff up the ol’ UTD grounds in welcoming and user-friendly fashion.”

SOURCE: Pegasus News – UPDATED: UT Dallas breaks ground on major landscaping project

Abu Dhabi University’s new campus inaugurated

The new Abu Dhabi Campus of the Abu Dhabi University (ADU) was officially inaugurated yesterday. Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Sheikh Nahyan bin Mubarak Al Nahyan, who is also the Deputy Chairman of the ADU Board of Trustees, inaugurated the AED600 million ultra-modern new campus on behalf of Deputy Prime Minister, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

SOURCE: WAM.

Arboretum approved for Fort Williams – Mainetoday.com

Maine Today reports

“A proposal for an arboretum at Fort Williams Park gained unanimous approval from the town Planning Board on Tuesday night.

Backers of the project now will embark on a private fundraising campaign. They hope to raise $80,000 to construct the first phase of the arboretum, on roughly half an acre that would be visible from the park’s main entrance.”

SOURCE: MaineToday.com | News Update: Arboretum approved for Fort Williams.

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