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February 11, 2012 / landscapeiskingston

‘Waterways Forward’ project profiled at Ecobuild

Landscape Interface Studio involved in Ecobuild 2011: the world’s biggest event for sustainable design, construction and the built environment.

Ecobuild 2011, which attracted more than 50,000 visitors, invited Kingston University to host a stand to promote projects which demonstrate how academics and students are using design to drive and critique the sustainability agenda. One such project is the EU funded ‘Waterways Forward’ project where LIS is acting as consultants to support the project’s communication and dissemination strategies.

“Regeneration of existing waterways has wide-ranging benefits for sustainable place-making, with potential for wellbeing, biodiversity, low-impact transport, renewable energy, flood management, local food production, tourism, and social enterprise.”
PAT BROWN: DIRECTOR, LANDSCAPE INTERFACE STUDIO

“The appointment of the Landscape Interface Studio to support the Waterways Forward partnership brings an imaginative multi-disciplinary approach to spatial planning with new media communication.”
GLENN MILLAR: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, BRITISH WATERWAYS

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