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The power of floods

  Floods have tremendous power, you only need to stand by a river in spate or watch waves crash against a sea wall to see that. However they have another great power, they manage to move Politicians out of Westminster to demonstrate their leadership qualities and empathy with flood victims. They wish to show their…

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Introducing GIS at Ryder Landscape Consultants

Last autumn we added GIS  to our software suite at Ryder Landscape Consultants and we thought it would be good to write a short blog entry  about GIS and how we are using it at Ryder Landscape Consultants. Our Assistant  Landscape Architect Laura Mason’s background is in GIS and environmental studies and she has created the below…

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Promotions and new team members

Chester based landscape architects Ryder Landscape Consultants (RLC) has appointed two new staff members to help manage its growing portfolio of landscape visual impact and assessment work. Chantelle Martin, formally of RSK, has joined the team as a Chartered Landscape Architect. Chantelle has worked on a number of large and small scale wind farm developments…

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Breathing new life into the old harbour prom at Caernarfon

This week RLC have successfully been appointed by Gwynedd Council to redesign the old harbour promenade in Caernarfon. The old promenade is seen as one of Caernarfon’s prime assets but could do with a little face lift to give it a new breath of life. Set against the old medieval town walls and overlooking the…

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Banbury Scheme Opened – at last!

    Well it has only taken 11 years of my life to see this scheme on to the ground! Friday 19th October saw the official opening of the Banbury Flood Alleviation Scheme that I personally started working on back in 2001. 2001 – A Banbury odyssey and all that! The scheme to protect Banbury…

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Jonathan Miley talks to graduates and fellow professionals in Manchester

RLC were asked by Manchester Metropolitan University to give a talk at a gathering of newly graduated Landscape Architectures and fellow professional at a celebration event held in CUBE Gallery, Manchester. The event coincided with the Masters Students end of year show and provided them with an opportunity to meet and showcase their work to…

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Starting the new year with BIM through Landscape workshop #ChooseLanscape #BIMlandscape

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RT @NigelDunnett: Garden view, early January, Euphorbias, log-piles, russet tones of Hakonechloa grass

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RT @WynneConstruct: Great progress at the new @carregemlyn in #Clocaenog @DenbighshireCC #Construction

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BBC News - Chester Zoo opens new 15-acre wildlife reserve…

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