Impact: Environmental impacts, 10: Reduced Inequalities (UN SDG), 15: Life on Land (UN SDG)
Description of impact
During the planning phase of the Waterside campus Ollerton, Jackson and McCollin informed landscape design of the new campus based on their research. They strongly influenced new opportunities for biodiversity onsite through laying species rich grassland turf, creation of new wetlands and the planting of native tree and plant species.
Wildlife; Local Community Members; Landscape Designers
How have research outputs led to this impact?
Ollerton, Jackson and McCollin's research, published in international, peer-reviewed journals between 2000 and 2011, relates to conservation of natural heritage within the region.
Category of impact
Environmental impacts, 10: Reduced Inequalities (UN SDG), 15: Life on Land (UN SDG)