Aims/Description: This unit allows Landscape Management students to explore locations with the aim to improve existing management. There are two options - Management/Management where students improve the quality/functionality of the landscape through new management approaches. Students develop a Management Brief, Management Plan and Maintenance Plan to illustrate their site and intended improvements. Concept/Management where students identify a location but also a concept of their own interest that can be applied to this location. Students investigate this concept through the literature and develop a Management Brief, Research Report and Maintenance Plan.

Staff Contact: CAMERON ROSS
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Tutorials, Fieldwork, Independent Study
Assessment: Project/ portfolio

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