The Green Roofs and Living Walls Centre is a class leading centre for research and information involving green roofs and living walls and aims to provide practical, innovative solutions for sustainable urban development. Our team are experts in their respected fields making the centre one of the best in the country for research and development of new urban agriculture and landscape method and technology.
Our purpose is to generate original research linking academia with industry, integrate local communities and local schools into the green agenda, and provide opportunities for high calibre, collaborative research with other universities and institutions.
Our new home in the heart of the Greenwich World Heritage Site in London offers bespoke facilities and boasts the largest multi-functional roof space in Europe combining 14 roofs, a living wall and other top researching facilities.
The university has invested £76 million in this new building to house the campus library, TV studios and academic facilities for disciplines including architecture, design and construction.