University of Nottingham

Impact Fellowship partners


English Heritage champions England's historic places and advises the government and others to help today's generation get the best out of our heritage and ensure that it is protected for future generations. English Heritage's work contributes to the understanding, valuing, caring and enjoyment of the country's heritage. Graham Fairclough (Head of the Characterisation Team) represents English Heritage on the Impact Fellowship Advisory Board.


The Landscape Research Group (LRG) is concerned with all types and aspects of landscape, from wilderness to cities. It is a voluntary, charitable association, based in Britain but with a world-wide membership. Its purpose is to encourage the exchange of ideas and to promote research and practices that engage landscape and environment. It publishes the Routledge Journal Landscape Research and the Newsletter Landscape Research Extra. Catherine Leyshon (a member of the Board of Directors) represents the LRG on the Impact Fellowship Advisory Board.


The LE:NOTRE Thematic Network Project in Landscape Architecture brings together some 200 university departments from Europe and beyond, together with a wide range of stakeholder organisations. It was founded in 2002 and is co-funded by the European Union. The goal of the project is to promote discourse and dialogue between members and thereby strengthen the landscape architecture academic community as well as its links to the wider community of researchers and practitioners working in the field of landscape.



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The National Trust is a charity with over 3.6 million members and 55,000 volunteers. The Trust protects and opens to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments. They also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, and villages - for ever, for everyone. Ben Cowell (Director of External Affairs) represents the National Trust on the Impact Fellowship Advisory Board.


The Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers (RGS-IBG) is the UK's learned society and professional body for geography, founded in 1830. It works to advance geography and support its practitioners in the UK and across the world. Through its activities, the RGS-IBG, supports and enhances geographical research, education, fieldwork and expeditions, public engagement, knowledge transfer to policy, and the professional accreditation of geographers, as well as holding one of world's pre-eminent geographical collections that spans over 500 years of discovery and geographical science. Catherine Souch (Head of Research and Higher Education) represents the RGS on the Impact Fellowship Advisory Board. 


Tate is a public institution owned by, and existing for, the public. It is responsible for the national collections of British art and of international art from 1900. Tate is a family of four galleries: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives. In addition to presenting a programme in Tate's galleries, Tate also works closely with arts organisations nationally and internationally through a collaborative programme of loans and tours. Tate's mission is to increase public knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of British, modern and contemporary art. Nigel Llewellyn (Head of Research) represents Tate on the Impact Fellowship Advisory Board.


Landscape and Environment Programme

School of Geography
University Park
University of Nottingham
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 84 66071