At the beginning of the 21st century the future of our towns, cities and rural landscape stand at a crossroads.
Will we seize the opportunities offered by new thinking, new technologies and new skills to overcome the challenges of global warming, industrialisation and urbanisation - or will we continue to make the same mistakes when it comes to the regeneration of our towns, cities and rural landscape?
More than 40 students from the University of Greenwich postgraduate School of Landscape Architecture will be investigating the role that landscape architecture has to play in the creation of successful and sustainable communities and environments.
The work on display will address issues of urban and economic regeneration, housing and nature conservation. It will amongst others include a masterplan for the redevelopment of Brixton town centre, a nocturnal pleasure garden for the City of London and an ecologically inspired vision for the East Kent coast.