One A to Z of Making Connections: Peter McCaughey. Exploring the variety of ways connections were made between individuals and organisations.
Into the Mouth of the Wolf: Peter McCaughey. A day in the life of The Happenstance and the chance encounters and the coincidences in the garden.
Venice Reflective: Lee Ivett. A successful public space is one that suggests possibility and opportunity rather than dictates and instructs behaviour.
Introduction: Morag Bain. First in a series of twelve publications or ‘dispatches’, exploring the themes of, and learning from The Happenstance.
Deveron Projects is an arts organisation working in Huntly to create projects that connect artists, communities and places.
This session explores engaging the next generation in producing and advancing their own local climate action plans.
MJ Somerville from Sustrans introduces the Cargo Bike Library and explains the benefits of cargo bikes in supporting town and city centres.
Foresterhill is Europe’s largest hospital campus - how will a new masterplan help improve the greenspace for patients, staff and visitors?
What is the role for community based urban food production? Emilie Wadsworth from Central Scotland Green Network Trust Blogs about community growing.
In this blog Landscape Architect Amber Roberts explores how city-planning scale now influences all aspects of design in the city of Toyama