The first turf of the Inverness Campus has been cut by the Scottish cabinet’s finance secretary John Swinney, marking the start of works at Beechwood.
Inverness Campus is an exciting and innovative project which will attract investment, jobs and education opportunities to Inverness and the Highlands for decades to come.
The annual study tour has become the flagship event in the Harrison Steven’s extra-carricular calendar. It brings together a culmination of the knowledge acquired in our monthly CPDs and curiosity in our day-to-day practice and allows us to apply it to some of the most-well renown, and possibly less well known landscape projects in the different corners of the world. This year we were delighted to head down to London to visit a selection of some of the inspiring landscape designs that the city has to offer.
Architects and heritage experts will develop vision for Robert Burns farm
Cycle path and park linking Roseburn to the Union Canal