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In our final episode of 2022, Catherine is joined by Graham Edward (Edward Architecture) and Tim Reid (Urban Wilderness), to discuss this awesome community-led project in Leeds - to transform the iconic Holbeck Viaduct into a multi-functional green space for locals to enjoy. The pair share their journey from concept to fruition, some challenges along the way and their overall vision for what Holbeck Viaduct can be for the community.
#YourViewFromHere is a first in a series of ongoing discussions here in The Green Room with professionals across our industry. This series all about celebrating the Landscape Architecture profession by sharing personal experiences and key learnings.
This month we are joined in the Green Room by Sarah Bridger, a Landscape Architect at Norwich City Council. We discuss her journey from private to public sector, her key takeaways from both ends of the spectrum, the factors involved in cultivating successful landscape architecture projects and more!
Create. Maintain. Sustain. This month we’re chatting with Kim Morrish, the driving force behind UK-based grounds maintenance company, Ground Control. Kim joins Catherine in The Green Room for a chat around their unique approach to sustainability, their journey to carbon neutral in 2020 and key sustainability initiatives that she and her team have launched in the last few years.
For this month’s episode, we’re joined by Graham Duxbury, CEO of Groundwork. A federation of awesome charities across the UK that focus on improving the environment and tackling poverty. They champion green initiatives by empowering local communities, equipping them with the right tools and mobilising them to drive change in their neighbourhoods.
“The future of the natural world is in our hands and everyone can play a part in helping it”. This month we’re joined in The Green Room by Lauren Hyams (Head of Urban Nature Project Activities) from the Natural History Museum and Neil Davidson (Partner & Landscape Architect) from J&L Gibbons. We discuss the ambitious Urban Nature Project, how it came about, what they hope to achieve with it and how local communities, tech and science come together to make this unique concept come to life.
A series of discussions tackling sustainability across different ends of the supply chain, the different roles we play, the challenges we face and ways forward.
We discuss the effects of the pandemic, the importance of urban design, fire safety regulations and Jane Findlay drops in for a chat.
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