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GreenBlue Urban Ltd

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  • Greenwich University urban tree pit comparative study
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    Led by landscape architect and senior lecturer Duncan Goodwin, The University of Greenwich is running a University Urban Tree Pit Comparative Study, looking at the various tree pit systems available in today’s marketplace. "For...
    SAVE Project
  • Tree guying for high-quality streetscapes, Glasgow 2014
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    Hosting the 2014 Commonwealth Games meant much more for Glasgow than a brief increase in profile and revenue. As part of a wider regeneration programme, the Games will be of lasting benefit to the city. The design incorporates...
    SAVE Project
  • High-quality tree planting specification, Bognor Regis
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    London Road in Bognor Regis was scheduled for improvements, and the architects, LDA Design (Exeter), specified GreenBlue Urban's StrataCell structural soil modules to benefit the new tree planting that was planned. StrataCell was...
    SAVE Project
  • Tree systems for regeneration of Twickenham Embankment
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    The success of the Twickenham Embankment regeneration project, realising the potential of the Thames-side location as a local and tourist attraction, depended on the provision of an environment in which trees would thrive and...
    SAVE Project
  • Tree systems aid Northwood Hills regeneration programme
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    GreenBlue Urban provided a package to aid the installation of trees as part of the Northwood Hills project, which received £1.3m investment from the GLA and £461k match funding from Hillingdon Council. The project delivered a...
    SAVE Project
  • Landscaping - Cheshire Oaks, M&S
    GreenBlue Urban Ltd
    Launched in August 2012, the new 525,192 sq ft M&S flagship store has been positively received not just by consumers but by environmentalists too. The premier store is M&S’s second largest store in the world which is being named...
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