Good master-planning is about successfully addressing the needs of a variety of stakeholders in one design. An understanding of a broad spectrum of subject areas, such as ecology, landscape architecture, interpretation and business planning, means that FRLA is well placed to achieve this. FRLA relishes the opportunity to find elegant solutions to complex problems.
We have recently written a short guide to the master-planning of botanic gardens, which is available free from here as a pdf or as a hard copy upon request. A lot of this document is also be relevant to the master-planning of other natural heritage attractions.