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Place-Making and Prosperous Cities

luke-fay-profile-photoThe seminar, Place-making and Prosperous Cities: The Essential role of trees and green infrastructure will be held on 22 September 2016 at Manchester City’s City Football Academy and aims to encourage city planners, developers, landscape architects, engineers and organisations working in social housing and regeneration to look at urban green initiatives and why these initiatives are an essential addition to the healthy growth and general wellbeing of cities.

We are delighted that Luke Fay will be attending an event that looks at the benefits of incorporating intelligent and thoughtful planting strategies which not only improve the overall appearance of an urban development but will also last and enhance the development as it matures.

Treework Environmental Practice helps developers, planners and management companies to gain future benefits of careful planting plans and successful aftercare of young trees as well as the retention of mature trees to provide vibrant landscapes as part of the development.

The seminar is a one day event which promises to be full of lively discussion, set in Manchester City’s City Football Academy, which boasts 46 acres of landscaped parkland, incorporating 2,000 mature trees.

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