We have a jam-packed day of seminars, free for every green industry trade member to attend.
This is where we will be updating you on CPD allocations for each seminar title, introducing the influencers presenting on the day and presenting the FutureScape schedule so that you can decide which seminars you would like to attend.
Speakers will be revealed and added to this site, so do keep an eye out for progressions.
Scroll through our speakers to find out more about them below.
Watch this space for the full seminar programme, times and updates.
Jamie Butterworth is a Horticultural Consultant at London Stone, A BBC Radio London Gardening regular, a Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Ambassador and frequent columnist for Pro Landscaper UK. Jamie has had a passion for gardening since the age of 9 and has...read more
Manfred Braune. Seminar: Green Buildings and Sustainable Cities – a path to transforming our cities. About Manfred Braune: Manfred currently holds the position of Executive Director: Certifications at the Green Building Council South Africa, where he heads up all...read more
Mark Saint Pôl Seminar: Designing for urban ecologies: the power of plants in design How designers should recognize the power of natural vegetation in urbanized environments; its ability to create a pivotal change in the health of our urban ecosystems, as well as its...read more
Nathan Iyer Seminar: Making Better Places: Urban Design & Landscape Architecture. The role of landscape architecture has for many years focused on areas of privilege within the South African context. More recently, it has been acknowledged that a key area of need is...read more
Jaco Jordaan Seminar: Resilient Hard Landscape Design, Specification, Detailing and Supervision. About Jaco Jordaan: (Director at Planning Partners Landscape Architects & Town and Regional Planners Registered Professional Landscape Architect (SACLAP Reg no 20107),...read more
Greg Segal Seminar: Landscape lighting, the HUMANCENTRIC way. The current buzz in lighting is all about the Human being and his visual interaction with the world. HUMANCENTRIC LIGHTING We are beginning to acknowledge the importance of this in the design and...read more
Thea Wentzel Seminar: How can AutoCAD work for the Landscape Architect. Understand the tools and the applications that AutoDesk the developers of AutoCAD aim at to bridge the gap between fast paced development, high-end results and human error. About Thea Wentzel:...read more
Jeremy Stewart – Seminar: Safety In Public Parks & Public Spaces – What needs to happen & How to get involved
Jeremy Stewart. Seminar: Safety In Public Parks & Public Spaces - What needs to happen & How to get involved About Jeremy Stewart: Jeremy has been actively involved in the flooring industry for 25 years. His experience and knowledge spans substrates, screeds, floors...read more
Gavin Heron Seminar: Carbon Positive Landscaping With 40%-60% of the built environment designed and managed by landscaping professionals, the industry is in a position to make a massive impact on water quality, soil health and biodiversity. The industry needs to...read more
Tarna Klitzner Seminar: The Hydrological Process as an Integral Design Informant: Illustrated through several TKLA projects which engage with the specific hydrological processes within the projects as catalysts for play, bio diversity and storm water amelioration....read more
Duncan Mckenzie: Seminar: Water Conservation in the Landscape Irrigation Industry. With the current water shortages in the Western Cape, this seminar aims to highlight water as a precious resource that needs to be protected and conserved. Water conservation needs...read more
Marijke Honig Seminar: Identifying Guiding Principles for Resilient Landscaping. What are the principles of resilient landscaping that can inform the development of a best practice for the green industry? Introducing some constructive and imaginative ideas on what the...read more