LDA Design is chairing and hosting an event for both academia and urban realm professionals, on Monday 29th February, that will explore the impact of urban design and how everyone’s senses, perception and emotions of places can be influenced.
The Royal Parks has been awarded almost £4.5 million by the Parks for People grant through the BIG Lottery Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund, to protect the future of the Grade I listed Brompton Cemetery. The grant followed the project receiving planning permission from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for its regeneration.
Oxford City Council has granted University College Oxford and Fairfield Residential Trust planning permission for a 30-bed student accommodation scheme spread across six ‘pavilions’ and a 38-bed residential care home in North Oxford. Independent design, environment and sustainability consultancy LDA Design worked with Belsize Architects and Oxford Architects to produce the landscape masterplan and narrative for the project.
The Oxford Strategic Environmental and Economic Investment Plan (SEEIP), created by Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP), to inform future environmental investment in the county, was launched at The Earth Trust on the 9th December.
This weekend’s Paris Agreement represents a historic moment in the fight against climate change. An enduring, legally-binding treaty, it is the first to commit all countries to cutting carbon emissions. 187 countries will reduce carbon emissions, starting in 2020, once 55 countries covering 55% of global emissions have acceded to it.