We don’t claim to have all the answers.
Just a few thoughts about where to start.

Freedom to play

Freedom to play is currently the focus of a Government inquiry, examining how planning and urban design in England should be changed to improve life for children and young people. Are the tides finally changing?

Dawn of a new ice age

Lee Valley Ice Centre aims to be the most sustainable in the UK. LDA Design's Joanna Asia Milewska explains how. As featured in the Landscape Institute Journal, Winter edition.

Five trends for 2024

What are the changes that we should be looking out for in 2024? We try our hand at predicting five trends for the year ahead.

Where great things can happen

University College London has always been an educational pioneer, so when the decision was made to expand east into Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park it was only natural that it would want to carry on this tradition, working with LDA Design and LLDC to develop a new campus model. We catch up with progress as two buildings open.

Reclaiming Union Terrace Gardens

Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens is one of the UK’s most important park regenerations. But the journey towards restoration and regeneration has not been an easy one. Director Kirstin Taylor explains how, working closely with Aberdeen City Council, LDA Design was able to turn things around.

In conversation with … Professor Dame Julia King

Professor Dame Julia King is a crossbench member of the House of Lords and Chair of its Science and Technology Select Committee. Here she explains the need for a systems approach to support renewables and for behavioural change, issuing a call to the professions to fully engage in climate and environmental leadership.

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