15 Credits AUTUMN



Aims/Description: The aim of the module is to produce a brief for the Special Project (LSC6005). The project brief: describes and defines the site/study area and proposed development or regeneration, its context and issues; establishes a clear design/planning/management brief; rationale and approach for the Special Project; and forms the basis for independent critique of the proposal. The brief requires to be underpinned by well-documented research - of (a) site/study area characteristics; (b) underlying science, social science and policy, and (c) precedent studies of comparable real-world projects. This unit aims to ensure that students a) have produced a viable proposal for their Special Project that is clear and comprehensible to an independent reviewer and b) have researched their Special Project in terms of relevant knowledge, policy and practice. This module forms part of a programme of study accredited by the Landscape Institute.

Staff Contact: CLAGHORN JOSEPH
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Tutorials, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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