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SWA Balsley Fall Internship

SWA/Balsley is a New York City-based design firm that specializes in urban landscapearchitecture in both the public and private realms. The firm’s diverse portfolio inNew York and around the world includes award-winning landscapes of all scales,including parks, plazas,…

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Colvin and Moggridge: year out student scholarship offer

Colvin and Moggridge offer a scholarship to a Year Out student covering all or part of the full time MA course fees. The full fees would be contingent on the successful candidate working for C&M for 12 months…

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Assistant Landscape Architect position/year-out position: London, Bedford, Woodbridge

The Landscape Partnership is looking for creative and enthusiastic graduates to join our multidisciplinary team of landscape architects, urban designers, environmental planners, ecologists, and arboriculturists. Established in 1986, we are a multi award-winning landscape design and environmental planning…

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Ares Landscape Architects Year-Out and Post Graduate Positions

Ares Landscape Architects Ltd are a design practice with studios in Sheffield, London and Cheltenham. We work on a comprehensive portfolio of projects throughout the UK and overseas. We have vacancies this summer for year out and post…

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Calling YEAR OUTS and GRADUATES

Come and meet us at the Practice Day, Wednesday 15th March 2023. A leading design and environmental practice working extensively in the UK and with projects worldwide, FPCR Environment and Design Ltd’s core skills include Masterplanning and Urban…

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REWILDING WORKSHOP SUCCESS

Last week’s three-day workshop explored the possibilities of rewilding one of Cheltenham’s green corridors – the former elevated Honeybourne railway line, now a cycle and public footpath linking areas to the north of Cheltenham with the current mainline…

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Bloomin’ Amazing

That’s the staff and student appraisal of both the visit to the anaerobic digester which produces the peatfree mulch (and sold commercially as Bloomin Amazing soil enricher) and then the visit to the town of Poundbury, the prototype…

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Prospect-refuge theory on Wistley Hill

Yesterday the Appraising Landscapes class ventured into the wide open country of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, undertaking a five-mile walk which took us up the back-slope from Seven Springs (source of the Thames) onto Wistley…

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URBAN REWILDING International Design Workshop

This three-day workshop aims to regenerate vulnerable areas through rewilding. We will develop rewilding scenarios aimed at mitigating barriers and challenges, alongside realising opportunities in different socio-economic and landscape contexts. 1-3 March 2023 Francis Close Hall campus, University…

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Benchmarks, red kites and ranging rods

Yesterday, 31st January 2023, the Appraising Landscapes class undertook some basic surveying practice on the front lawn of FCH campus. On our way there we spotted two interesting phenomena: one possibly disappearing from, the other becoming more common…

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