The awards comprised 15 categories in 2008, including landscape design, planning, science and research with 38 entries recognised as winners, highly commended or commended. Overseas winners include New Providence Wharf in Ontario and a development along the Haihe river in China.
SOURCE: Landscape Institute – Project to deliver sustainable communities in East London lauded as top landscape scheme in UK.
Congratulations to the winners of the awards – see a full list here
Calif. cities consider green alternatives to lawns as they balance a maintaining a green lawn with dwindling water supplies.
Read more @ the SOURCE: The Associated Press: Calif. cities consider green alternatives to lawns.
The University of Leicester — recently crowned University of the Year — has launched a £1 billion campus development to help it move into the top ten of British universities.
The building programme, one of the biggest ever undertaken in the sector, will strengthen Leicester’s unique position as an elite university committed to widening access to higher education.
Architects – Shepheard Epstein Hunter
SOURCE: University of Leicester – University of Leicester stakes £1 billion to secure elite status.
The 2009 AILA (Australia Institute of Landscape Architects) National Conference seeks responses to these needs through showcasing various examples of professional engagement in developing contemporary community perspectives of real and imagined landscapes. The Conference sessions and speakers will explore the proposition that the built environment design professions should lead positive change in designed landscapes.
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