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Conference

NLUS received second prize in the international competition “Xi’an Happiness Forest Belt Landscape and Lighting Design Plan”!

Recently, NLUS  won the unanimous affirmation of the expert review by virtue of its excellent design ability and solid professional experience. The concept of “Happiness Road, Weaving Nature” has won the second prize. Here, we warmly congratulate the team involved in designing and providing project support!

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NLUS brings Dutch experience on Sustainable Urban Renewal to Sun Yat-sen University, China

NL Urban Solutions is invited to the event “Knowledge-to-Knowledge: Urban Governance and Stakeholder Participation in Sustainable Urban Renewal” in Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China on 22nd and 23rd November. The event is led by Institue for Housing and Urban Development (HIS) and Erasmus University Rotterdam, and cooperated with Sub-deparment of Enviornmental Technology in Wageningen University & Research, Center for Chinese Public Administration Research in Sun Yat-sen University.
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NLUS will attend ‘living with water: Water and Urban Development Forum and Matchmaking Meeting’

From November 18 to 23, 2018, NL Urban Solutions will travel as a member of Partnership International Business to China (Beijing, Guangzhou and Shenzhen). This Dutch expert delegation will organize a Sino-Dutch “Water and Urban Development” Summit Forum in Guangzhou on November 21, with the support of the Ministry of Infrastructure & Environment and the Guangzhou Dutch Consulate.READ MORE

NLUS wins gold and silver prizes at the 8th Yuan Ye Award International Competition

Two of our projects have won the recognition of this year’s Yuan Ye Award international committee. Hualong Yellow River Tourism Road (Slow Traffic) Planning is awarded the golden prize in the Urban Planning category. It tackles 38 km complex terrains for tourism infrastructure with a sense of cultural and landscape responsibility. Haidong Huangshui River Basin Ecological Landscape Master Plan is awarded the silver prize in the same category. The project applies GIS tools to the study of the 80 km river basin, and plans a safe and sustainable space for regional growth in a landscape vulnerable to landslide, flooding and drought.READ MORE