Landscape Institute Awards

December 1, 2007,AEST

The awards comprised a total of 14 categories, including design, planning and research with 40 schemes either recognised as the winner, highly commended or commended. Winning schemes were as geographically diverse as the Dongtan Eco City in China and the | Read More

£1 Billion Golf Course trumped by the local Council

December 1, 2007,AEST

‘Donald’s Trumptown dream in the dunes is dented by conservationist councillors’ DONALD Trump’s dream of building the world’s greatest golf course in Scotland, his mother’s homeland, lay in ruins last night after it was rejected by local councillors. more at | Read More

Waste Management in Europe

November 30, 2007,AEST

This new brochure examines the contribution the LIFE programme has made to promoting innovative waste management in Europe. It sets out the major European waste legislation and provides information on a series of LIFE projects engaged in innovative solutions to | Read More

2014 Games offer a chance to rejuvenate Glasgow

November 26, 2007,AEST

Glasgow is to be the host city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, signifying potential new opportunities for architects and regeneration in parts of the city. RMJM in Glasgow has worked with Glasgow City Council on the masterplan for the Athletes’ | Read More

Design at heart of sustainable Wales

November 26, 2007,AEST

DEVELOPERS should push the boundaries of design to help Wales achieve its sustainable development goals, the new development director of the Design Commission for Wales has said. Wendy Richards, an experienced urban designer and landscape architect, has been involved in | Read More

New town ‘will form important wildlife habitat’

November 26, 2007,AEST

A NEW town will provide an “internationally important” wildlife habitat. An ecologist acting for Multiplex Stannifer will today tell a planning inquiry that plans for the Mereham development include a wetland which would help water voles, reed buntings, amphibians and | Read More

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