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Proposal for 'Uxcester Garden City' envisages up to 40 across the country
Colour is shortlisted for Miami park design competition
Guided walks will be part of celebration of capital on 20-21 September
Written submissions sought into how to do things better
Experts compile independent report on visualisation of future cities
Landscape architects urged to submit entries for Northern Design Awards
Housing developer shortlisted for government infrastructure funding
Team will service growing demand in Asia and Australia
UK practice and Piet Oudolf collaborate at Hauser & Wirth Somerset
Conference will highlight importance of landscape in design review process
Peter Neal reviews the latest offering from the Policy Exchange think tank
August may have been a holiday month for many, but the LI has been very active
LI BIM working group represented at eCAADe 2014 conference
Government report calls for 10-year strategy to reduce line-side vegetation
Jane Durney appointed director of environmental markets at BRE
Urban tree study investigates tree pit reinforcement products
Landscape architects invited to attend urban design conference
Staffordshire University to host green wall conference in early September.
National environmental charity seeks two trustees
Floodcom.eu conference will share best practice on flood alleviation.
Organisers seek entries for construction competition
LI journal now available for iPad
A round-up of the Landscape Institute’s work last month
Winner will help shape masterplan
But does it go far enough?
Prize is for improvements to the seafront at Roker and Seaburn
Open competition to create 'Olympicopolis'
Previously derelict site should encourage active living
Enlarged panel will operate throughout South East and East of England regions
Sessions will be at Resilience14 event in November
Projects range from a new city quarter for London to a survey of Irish gardens
hortlisting is for Making Space in Dalston
Johanna Gibbons calls for 'Springwatch' approach to spotting problems
Stephen Russell explains the thinking behind the LI's latest document
Members rate news and reviews and website improvements, and are embracing Twitter
Learning through Landscapes fights to reduce the loss of outside learning and play space
Winners will go to to Cuba, USA and Japan
You also may be eligible for election.
How to create a temporary installation in Bath in double-quick time
Campaign group hosts festival to engage with local community.
Multi-function paths provide alternative to busy roads
Canadian Society of Landscape Architects celebrates 80th anniversary of foundation
Help us understand the state of the profession
Projects will be on Caledonian Canal and in Cairngorms National Park
Interpave claims to examine latest thinking
A guide to what those who visit construction sites need to know.
Capability Brown Festival project manager Ceryl Evans fills us in on Capability Brown.
Report says lack of maintenance funding brings risk of decline
Royal Town Planning Institute rewards effective and imaginative solution
RIBA announces shortlist for University of Lancaster walkway redesign.
Profiles are already being used in multiple ways
Study aims to facilitate evidence-based decision making on species and nurture
Gloucestershire leisure park ‘The Wave’ gets go ahead.
First phase of work completed on park adjacent to Chester hospital.
Grant Associates releases film of children's garden
More research is needed into history and historic context, EH argues
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