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The role of culture in Neighbourhood planning

Ginkgo has recently written a publication ‘Creativity in Community-led Planning in Dorset’; guidance aimed at community leaders developing a Neighbourhood plan in Dorset. The guidance is relevant to communities all over the country.

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Dunfermline Proposals on Display in the City Centre

Toby Paterson’s proposals for the new artworks are currently on public display on the High Street, Dunfermline.

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Ginkgo develops masterplan for Oldway Mansion

A recent commission to lead a landscape based design team to develop a masterplan and landscape managment plan for the restoration and redevelopment of Oldway Mansion and its designed landscape…

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Environmental Art festival Launched

Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture and External Affairs has launched the Environmental Arts Festival Scotland. Our partner company Wide Open is co producing the festival. Environmental Arts Festival Scotland…

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Dart Marina River Garden

Very pleased that our new river front garden for Dart Marina Hotel, Dartmouth is complete and coming into flower.

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Something & Son’s workshop takes place with Weymouth residents

Artists Something & Son held a workshop for local residents as part of their research for the Animal Architecture commission.

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David Cotterrell appointed for Cornwall university project

Renowned installation artist David Cotterrell has been appointed lead artist on the The Heart Space project on the Falmouth University campus in Cornwall.  

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Bespoke seating installed in Dorchester

Public seating based on the form of Roman black burnished vessels now in Dorchester Museum have been installed outside the new Council offices. Artists, designers and furniture makers Freshwest were…

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Parasite Ceramics kick off their N3 project

Parasite began their N3 project with a participatory event in Dorchester on 22nd December to support their research for the permanent Walking Distance commission. They collected stories of local people…

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Toby Paterson’s Dunfermline guide now available to download

A Subjective Walking View of Dunfermline by Toby Paterson and Collective Architecture is now available to download.  The publication accompanying the event on 9th December can now be downloaded here…

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