Category: Events and Publications

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…

Mastering the Art of Planting Plans

I’m giving a lecture series in Bristol this autumn titled Softscape Matters : Mastering the Art of Planting Plans. Softscape Design should be a core strength of the landscape profession but sadly it’s a recognised weakness. It needn’t…

CCRI Seminar Series 2019

Introducing the CCRI Seminar Series 2019: Capitals, gender and social contexts in small-scale fishing communities; Biosecurity strategy for plants and its implementation in Wales; and Rural Policy – a search for clarity. Please find further information at the…


Our annual research symposium recently was held at Rousham Gardens in Oxfordshire and at our campus at Cheltenham with invited guests from overseas academic institutions, and UK government agencies as well as staff and students from the landscape…

New 3rd Year Gallery Uploaded on Blog

The gloscape blog now contains galleries showing student work from different years – the 3rd year/degree level images are now up here

Urban Futures Symposium 2-4 August 2016

The University of Gloucestershire Landscape Architecture course, with support from CCRI, would like to announce their Urban Futures symposium. The full title of the symposium is Urban Futures : Researching the territory between Space, Heritage, Living and Environment in the…

Student Joe Murtagh Aurora Borealis photo published

Joe Murtagh climbed Cleeve Hill to photograph the Aurora Borealis this week, and had his photographs published in local paper, the Gloucestershire Echo. Fantastic photos Joe!

End of Year Show 2015 Photos

Here are a selection of the photographs from the End of Year Show – congratulations to everyone involved, it was a fantastic end to the year!                                 

Landscape Issues reborn!

Landscape Issues has been reborn. This journal, produced by the landscape architecture course and first published in the 1980s through to the 90s, has re-appeared in online format (at and in hard-copy print. It is our intention…