Photo credits
Please see below a list of photo credits for the Velindre Cancer Centre website.
Page Image Credit
Home Banner image Macgregor-Smith
Most of the site for the new Velindre Cancer Centre will be left for nature to thrive Wetland Phil Roberts
Tree planting Man and children planting tree in New Delhi, India. Credit: Chandan Khanna, Getty Images
Habitat creation Macgregor-Smith
Wildflower planting Wildflower meadow. Credit: Creative Commons
Space for nature without people Miller Woods Wetland, Indiana Dunes National Park. Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Organic food growing Allotments. Credit: RHS Garden Wisley
We want the site to be accessible and easy for everybody to use wheelchair / not wheelchair Crushed stone Forest Park by Stimson Studio. Credit: Scott Shigley and Millicent Harvey
Tarmac Creative Commons
Concrete Creative Commons
Non-toxic natural materials Down to Earth Project
Resin Creative Commons
Recycled car tyres Creative Commons
We want this to be the greenest hospital in the UK Zero carbon targets Creative Commons
Natural Materials Macgregor-Smith
Enhancing biodiversity Rhossili Meadows. Credit: National Trust Gower
Community involvement Forest bathing workshop. Credit: Liz Dawes
Local job creation Down to Earth Project
Renewable energy Retrofitting with BioSolar. Credit: Bauder
We want to use sustainable materials on the outside of the building Wooden cladding St David’s Hospice - ©Ståle_Eriksen
Renewable energy Retrofitting with BioSolar. Credit: Bauder
Green roofs / walls Image from Thomas Heatherwick of Maggie's Leeds
Natural materials (e.g. clay brick/lime render) Phil Roberts
We want the inside of the cancer centre to make the most of what the site has to offer so that it benefits treatment and care Natural light St David’s Hospice - ©Ståle_Eriksen
Fresh air (or opening windows) St David’s Hospice - ©Ståle_Eriksen
Natural materials St David’s Hospice - ©Ståle_Eriksen
Indoor plants Image from Thomas Heatherwick of Maggie's Leeds
Local art David Pearl TTC Transit station, Toronto
Views to outdoors St David’s Hospice - ©Ståle_Eriksen
Interactive map Overlay image Macgregor-Smith
Community benefits - have your say! Banner image Macgregor-Smith
Do you see community benefits as being short term (1 to 4 years) or long term (5 to 20 years)? Short term Down to Earth Project
Long term Palmer Woodland Theater, by Rieley and Associates. Credit: Monticello Foundation
Should community benefits just be for the local community or also for the benefit of staff and patients of the new cancer centre? Local community Photo by Leah Kelley from Pexels
Staff and patients of new cancer centre Photo by Thirdman from Pexels
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