Urban Trees with Duncan Goodwin, Wednesday 10th May

Duncan Goodwin will discuss some of the social, environmental and economic services provided by urban trees, the threats faced by them and some evidence-based guidance on tree selection, specification and placement to help ensure productive establishment.

Duncan is a horticulturist, arboriculturist and landscape architect with over 30 years of horticultural, landscape design and construction experience, working in landscape construction, commercial nurseries, botanical and public gardens and landscape architecture consultancy. He is an Associate Director with Capita Lovejoy and a Senior Lecturer in the Architecture and Landscape Department at the University of Greenwich. His book, The Urban Tree is due to be published by Routledge in April 2017.

Date
Wednesday 10 May

Time
18:30 – Registration, drinks and light refreshments
19:00 to 20:15 – Duncan Goodwin presents Urban Trees (includes time for Q&A)
20:15 to 21:00 – Further drinks and networking opportunity (We kindly ask guests to leave by 21.00)

Venue
Marshalls Design Space, Unit 4, Compton Courtyard, 40 Compton Street, Clerkenwell, London, EC1V 0BD

Ticket Prices
AMLI/CMLI/FLI – £10,
Licentiate/Student/Unwaged – £7,
Non LI member – £15

Booking:

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