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Articles from Green Places (October 1, 2008)

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80% of children are deprived of outdoor play, says YouGov. Brief article 131
A first for French sculptress in Little Venice. Brief article 194
A shining light. Brief article 156
Are trees an asset. Hambidge, Colin 849
Back to Baroque. Brief article 190
BURA awards now open for entries. Brief article 108
CABE challenge. Brief article 194
Canal basin, Chichester. Brief article 146
Churchyard a haven for wild flowers again. Brief article 171
Conference: form>wood, the Northwest Forestry Framework's first conference for the architectural and construction industry on embracing timber in the built environment, highlighted how too little resource is invested into our knowledge and appreciation of timber as a building material. Frankland, Richard Conference notes 1081
Cool teen shelter for Holmewood. Brief article 131
Fancy growing a roof? Green roofs are not a new concept. The first green roof is thought to be the fabled Hanging Gardens of Babylon, constructed around 500 BC. 1420
Going native. Brief article 476
Landmark communities--Wembley City: breathing new life into a tired community can be a challenge for councils up and down the country. 1992
Landscape & regeneration. Brief article 118
Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment workshop. Brief article 148
Landscape institute conference: housing, land use and community. Brief article 122
Last word from... Graeme Sherriff. Sherriff, Graeme 766
Lister Park, Bradford. Brief article 251
London's Towns: Shaping the polycentric city. Brief article 136
Medway parks win two Green Flags. Brief article 114
Memorial garden transforms bottle-strewn green. Brief article 109
New Airtrace lantern delivers complete lighting control. Brief article 159
New generation playground. Brief article 233
New life for hospital gardens. Brief article 139
New planters in Lemon Quay. Brief article 158
New railings enhance stunning King's Lynn park. Brief article 187
On the gospel according to the government: Ken McAnespie runs KMC consultancy and has been involved in parks management for approximately 25 years. Here are some of his thoughts on subjects that are dear to his heart. Essay 1646
Privately public: the healing & learning garden. Brief article 185
Rowers, riders and ramblers meet wheelchair goal for PNCP. Brief article 184
Salisbury competition. Brief article 181
Study visits--book now! Brief article 90
Temple Meads, Bristol. Brief article 228
The giants are coming. Brief article 104
The Wind House. Brief article 279
Tools by Titchmarsh. Brief article 154
Underneath the arches: the Marsh Street Arches and Garden Project is a community-led project designed to transform a section of derelict council owned land into a community garden and to develop and use four adjacent railway arches. Bromley, Graham; Massey, Hugh; Robinson, Graham 2197
University of Cumbria. Brief article 182
Walk England. Brief article 100
Where does play end and learning begin? The role of cultural partnerships in developing the educational agenda. 2129
Wilderness. Conference news 134
Wildlife garden is a hit with the kids. Brief article 215

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