Seek champions, be vocal and push for management plans early to win the landscape case, Healthy Design, Healthy Places event hears

Landscape designers, property developers, architects and environmental services providers yesterday shared a raft of evidence, ideas and examples of how to drive a greater focus on green infrastructure in new developments.

Ken Trew, Argent, Ed Suttie, BRE and Mark Camley, LLDC at Healthy Design, Healthy Places: Image HW
Ken Trew, Argent, Ed Suttie, BRE and Mark Camley, LLDC at Healthy Design, Healthy Places: Image HW

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