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The first trees of the Northern Forest - planted!
Mar 12th, 2018
It was a pleasure and a privilege to join the planting of the first trees of the Northern Forest, at the Woodland Trust Smithills Estate, north of Bolton.
2017 Highlights and UK Landscapes
Dec 23rd, 2017
It's Christmas! Obviously time for our 2017 Highlights and a look at some of the lovely landscapes we have been working in.
Meet Matt.
Jun 22nd, 2017
2B expands workforce by 1/3!
You Can Slow The Flow – Public meeting videos now live!
Jun 15th, 2017
Chance to catch up if you missed the public meeting on urban SuDS, where 2B spoke about the 'You Can Slow The Flow' project.
2B's new starter commences in June
Apr 11th, 2017
Thank you for your interest. We have selected a new member of staff who will be starting with us on 19 June. More information to follow.
Slow The Flow: Projects (2 of 2)
Feb 13th, 2017
Amanda discusses Slow The Flow: Calderdale's project work
Slow The Flow: Calderdale (1 of 2)
Feb 2nd, 2017
Amanda discusses our work with Slow The Flow: Calderdale, from the perspective of both a flooded community member, and professional Landscape Architect
Work starts clearing the rock garden at Burnby Hall Gardens
Dec 7th, 2016
We are following progress as the contractors start on site at Burnby Hall Gardens, East Yorkshire.
A Landscape Architect's review of Charles Jencks' ''Northumberlandia''
Aug 25th, 2016
A short drop off the A1, to the north of Newcastle, is the landmark earthworks of "Northumberlandia". Worth a stop off and an hour spent looking around, whether you are a landscape architect or not! Elizabeth documents our thoughts....
Flooding report released yesterday criticises government's 'reactive rather than proactive' approach to flood prevention
Jun 9th, 2016
“Despite sustainable urban drainage systems being widely acknowledged to be an efficient way of dealing with surface water, successive governments have been reluctant to mandate them as the default option in new developments. We are disappointed that the Government has kicked this into the long grass by commissioning another review. This is an issue that now requires action.”