"Research is at the heart of what we do. It shapes our practice and informs our teaching."

Dr Anna Jorgensen, Director of Research


We are the top rated Landscape Architecture Department in the UK according to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. Our work influences practice and shapes the environment.

Less flamboyant Primula flowers more resilient to climate chaos

A new study by Drs Ross Cameron and Emma Lewis with the RHS shows that Primula with smaller, simpler flowers are better able to cope with flooding and drought

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Research for Landscape Practice

Director of External Relations, Dr Clare Rishbeth has launched 'Research for Landscape Practice’ – a selection of reports, toolkits, books and papers, designed to make our research easily accessible to Landscape Architecture practitioners.

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Does size matter?

New research by Dr Paul Brindley and Professor Anna Jorgensen investigates how the size of domestic gardens can impact on the health and wellbeing of their residents.

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Designed ecology

Redefining the relationship between nature and culture in urban areas, whilst producing innovative planting schemes and technologies for urban greening

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Designed Ecology
Place, Inclusion and Equity

Place, inclusion and equity

Shaping culturally and socially inclusive places and understanding the health and wellbeing impacts of landscape through the life course

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Creative spatial practices

Leading artistic and technological innovation in landscape practice for inspired human dwelling and ecological health and using digital technologies for the visualization of historic and future landscapes

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Credits: Elyse Kavanagh, Future Delta 2, CALP at UBC, UBC Okanagan and Olaf Schroth