The Royal Parks has been working with Ed Wall and colleagues in the University of Greenwich to establish work-experience positions for landscape students. Details of these unique opportunities can be found here.
The students will work to provide technical support for the delivery of the Landscape Architectural elements of the multi-million pound Greenwich Park Revealed HLF/BIG Lottery funded project to reveal and enhance the extraordinary heritage of Greenwich Park. Situated at the centre of the Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site, the project will ensure the parks place at the heart of the community for the next 500 years. The students will provide support to the project team during its ‘development phase’ up to and including submission of the Round 2 funding bid in August 2019. Students will play a key role in developing the relationship between The Royal Parks and the University of Greenwich and associated activities, workshops and learning opportunities in Landscape Architecture and the range of built environment professions associated with the project.
You can read more about Greenwich Park on Tom Turner’s website [Image by Tom Turner].