Tom La Dell
Tom La Dell has practiced as a landscape architect and ecologist for over 40 years. His practice combines the principles of good design with an understanding of environmental and ecological principles together with a sound technical approach to implementing landscape schemes. The practice has worked with art and artists in many developments and integrates design, art and science to create special places and local identity.
His innovative work in design and practical application through landscape techniques, tree surveys, habitat creation and brownfield sites has been with housing, at all scales, parks and open spaces, commercial developments, retail, education, minerals and waste, sportsfields, historic gardens and landscapes the concept and design of a visitor attraction the story of fruit and food for the future.
He has written many articles, contributed to books and lectured on landscape and ecology.
His degree in botany from Oxford University was followed a diploma in Landscape Design from Manchester and he is a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institutes and of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.