- Work begins: June 2016
- Work due to be completed: March 2017
- Contractors: Gillespies Landscape Architects
Brief: The University of Leeds Landscaping Strategy will set out a vision for a lively, socially active and welcoming University Campus. The joined up, master planning approach will enable an integrated urban campus with student engagement at its heart.
The University of Leeds campus landscape is something all staff, students and visitors experience, it is one of our greatest assets. Our vision is to ensure that these spaces, enhance sense of place, provide lively hubs for social activity, embed sustainability and provide a welcoming, inclusive place contributing to everyone’s wellbeing.
A new University Landscape Strategy is currently being developed with Gillespies Landscape Architects. It represents a fantastic opportunity to create a cohesive, inclusive, high quality public realm which complements the historic University campus, and existing context whilst helping us to sustainably meet the needs of future developments.
The landscape strategy will create an exciting vision for the development of our campus – with inspiring, memorable and unique spaces – which complements our built landscape, providing a strong set of design principles and strategic proposals to guide future direction. Our main aim is to conserve and enhance what we value most about our campus landscape whilst allowing it to evolve to meet new challenges.
Have your say on the future of the University campus landscape, join us at one of our events and tell us what you’d like to see in the future. Visit our news pages for more details about upcoming consultation events.
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