Nigel Making Plans For Spaces

An article newly published in Business South about Nigel's work as a Landscape Architect and his company Growplan - you can read it by clicking on the link below which will open up a PDF of the article. Nigel - happy making plans for spaces | by Richard Loader businesssouth Volume 26 Issue 3, page... Continue Reading →

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Tour de Holes

I spent a very rainy cold Yesterday peering into holes across urban Queenstown with 30 other urban stormwater devotees with Stormwater360 leading the tour. We were kicking off the NZ Stormwater Conference looking at a range of stormwater interception devices - three vortex systems and one cartridge system. (I have no affiliations with Stormwater360 or Conteches... Continue Reading →

Through the interstices – thinly

Walking across any city you see many narrow spaces, often filled with trash or weeds, sometimes with a power pole, a transformer, or an access hatch. Some are planned landscape easements, but mainly they are the result of setback rules; boundary disagreements; areas set aside for 'landscaping' by people ignorant of plants, road medians, electric-cable... Continue Reading →

The Wolf at the end of the Universe

In lowest Princes Street Dunedin lies the Wolf at the Door, a refuge from monoculture, respite from Late-Capitalism and communal hub. Great coffee and the best scrambled eggs in the Universe. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO ENLARGE   This area bounded by Stafford, Jetty and Hope streets and centred on The Wolf is liminal, a... Continue Reading →

Naturally Designed by Nigel [Reblog]

It was a real pleasure for me on Wed 6 Dec to accompany Nigel on a trip to Balclutha to visit the new subdivision named Plantation Heights with which he's involved through his company Growplan. Nigel is a Landscape Architect, based in Dunedin and actively working through Otago and Southland, and further afield by arrangement.... Continue Reading →

Feed the World 2030: Power of Plants Hackathon

Last weekend I took part in an agriculture workshop aimed at feeding nine billion people by 2030 without destroying the planet. A mind-boggling diversity of participants attended and worked together in teams to generate potential solutions to the crisis facing human civilisation. Working with people from such different backgrounds provided a refreshing change from the... Continue Reading →

Horse Chestnut flower (Aesculus hippocastanum 'Baumannii'), Invermay, Dunedin, New Zealand. Taken 26 Nov 2017

Monkey Puzzle Tree (Araucaria); cone forming. Invermay, Dunedin, New Zealand. Photo taken by Nigel at Invermay Campus, Sun 26 Nov 2017

Nigel @ Petridish. Dunedin NZ

Petridish @ 8 Stafford Street is the shared office space in Dunedin where Nigel has his Growplan office. The resident co-workers are currently introducing themselves via the Petridish Facebook Page and this is the intro that Nigel contributed. Thought I'd share it with Growplan followers on WordPress! -- Cheers, Liz By the way, Nigel has... Continue Reading →

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