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Vilnius calling (by Martin)

I’ve just returned from a few days visiting our colleagues at terra firma LT. I don’t quite know what I was expecting Lithuania to be like, but what I found was something of a surprise.… Read the rest

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Home is where the heart is (by Martin)

At terra firma our work with the Housing sector constitutes a sizable portion of the firm’s overall output. This emphasis on residential development is no coincidence, as it no-doubt reflects an emphasis in the broader construction sector.… Read the rest

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The landscape of mental health (by Alex)

The increasing awareness of our environment has become a focal point within many professions over the last decade and health services across the world have started to reengage with nature.… Read the rest

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Hidden routes of Portsmouth – An Urban Hike, by Alice

During July terra firma were invited to take part in a local community initiative and guided group walk organised by Friends of the Earth. Linked into their wider agenda for promoting City walking as a healthy lifestyle choice the event was ably led by local architecture graduate Fiona Rogoff.… Read the rest

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Some thoughts on school landscape projects – by Isla

The Learning Through Landscapes (LTL) UK charity dedicated to enhancing outdoor learning and play for children has identified that the increase in the number of children and therefore school places required in the UK is meaning that we are seeing land within schools, previously used for both play spaces and outdoor learning being given over to the creation of new buildings and building extensions.Read the rest

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10 years and counting… (by Martin)

As-of 5th June, 2016 I have officially earned my terra firma ‘old-timer’ badge, having started working for the company a whole decade ago. And what a decade it has been.… Read the rest

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Terra firma recruiting for two new posts

We are currently looking to fill two posts with the Petersfield Office. Please visit link to our advert on the Landscape Institute website. http://jobs.landscapeinstitute.org/job/terra-firma-petersfield-20-office-manager/. We need applications in by close of play Monday 15th February.Read the rest

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Paving the way to Chartership (by Will)

The Landscape Institute’s Pathway to Chartership (P2C) programme is the process by which Licentiate members of the Institute record and reflect upon their working experience and personal study with the aim of gaining enough experience and knowledge to become Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute.Read the rest

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Muslim Burial Ground Peace Garden opening ceremony (by Lionel)

Yesterday we were proud to attend the opening ceremony of the Muslim Burial Ground Peace Garden at Horsell Common, Woking by HRH The Earl of Wessex.… Read the rest

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Tree-mendous autumn colour – by Alice

2015 is turning into a year of spectacular autumn leaf colour.

A half day visit to the Hillier wholesale nursery, based in Liss in West Sussex during last week provided inspiration for future schemes and for my own particular interest.Read the rest

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