Judith Teasdale, BSc, MA, MSc, AADipl, CMLI
Judith qualified as a landscape architect in 1981 and went on to gain experience in both
the public sector and private practice. In 1989, she gained a Masters Degree in Construction Management which opened the way to managing
a broad range of environmental and design projects, usually working closely with architects and engineers. She has worked on projects
as various as major oil industry facilities in rural situations, commercial, housing and educational projects; she has also worked
overseas, particularly in the Middle East.
In 1994, Judith decided to pursue her particular interest in heritage landscapes. She took
a post-graduate diploma at the Architectural Association in the conservation of historic landscapes and founded her own practice to
specialise in this field. She has built up an extensive knowledge of historic parks, gardens and landscapes and now undertakes
research, design and provides management advice. She currently serves as a member of the National Trust's Advisory Panel on Gardens
and Parks. Judith also writes and lectures on a variety of topics.
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