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BIM & Tonic Tuesday 5th of December 18:15 at the Espresso Library, Cambridge (http://www.espressolibrary.com/) Is there a way to digest the intricate but necessary BIM process? Yes…perhaps with a bit of Tonic! Save the date for an enlightening and inspirational evening that will take you through the essentials of BIM and show you how various Levels are delivered on real projects. Your guides in the world of BIM will be two exceptional speakers: Mike Shilton – Chair of the Landscape … Read full story

BIM & Tonic

Is there a way to digest the intricate but necessary BIM process? Yes…perhaps with a bit of Tonic! Save the date for an enlightening and inspirational evening that will take you through the essentials of BIM and show you how various Levels are delivered on real projects. Your guides in the world of BIM will be two exceptional speakers: Mike Shilton – Chair of the Landscape Institute BIM Working Group & Product Director at Keysoft Solution. Mike will explore the … Read full story

Congratulations to Adam Knight for winning the undergraduate prize 2017 for planting scheme

Here are a word from Adam Knight and few visuals of his dissertation.                         After leaving secondary school in 2011 I pursued a career in the world of Horticulture studying Amenity Horticulture at Writtle University College. Whilst studying horticulture I worked within a specialist nursery called Langthorns Plantery in which I gained valuable hands on experience working with plants and understanding the life of a plant, particularly maintaining ornamental … Read full story

Student Award 2017: Congratulations to Laura Gardner!

Laura Gardner won the student award for the bast planting scheme. She describes below the design ‘Astiveri an Lanwes Mor’:  “Cuntelleugh an brewyon us gesys na vo kellys trauth.” Collect the fragments that remain so that none might be lost. The fragments found along the Penryn River tell the stories of diverse people and places: monks, pirates, farmers and kings; those who have lived on and passed over the river’s banks for nearly a thousand years. They also tell of … Read full story

Public Sector Working Group

Thursday 19th October 2pm-5pm Natural England Offices, Cambridge These meetings, which happen quarterly, are intended for landscape professionals working in the public sector. If you have not previously connected with the  group but would be interested in attending, or being on the circulation list, please contact Catherine Bailey catherine@bailey72.co.uk , Sarah Long Sarah.Long@environment-agency.gov.uk or Jonathan Dix Jonathan.Dix@naturalengland.org.uk about joining the next meeting. … Read full story