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Landscape Institute launches ‘Recommendations for the next UK government: A landscape policy agenda for...

The Landscape Institute (LI) has launched its recommendations for the next UK government, outlining a landscape policy agenda for people, place and nature.

The Landscape Institute’s Response to the King’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament

Read the Landscape Institute's response to the King's speech at the opening of parliament, put forward by Carolin Göhler FLI, President of the Landscape Institute.

Landscape Institute responds to general election result

Response from Carolin Göhler FLI, President of the Landscape Institute.

The Environmental Policy Forum sets out priorities for the next UK Government

Ahead of the UK General Election on 4th July, the Environmental Policy Forum (EPF) is pleased to outline the environmental priorities the next government must implement with urgency during its time in office.

LI signs B.E Inclusive MoU and delivers update on diversity, equity and inclusion action...

Key membership bodies in the built environment sector signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to drive forward the creation of a more diverse, equitable and inclusive sector in the Spring of 2022.  

Recent blog posts

Climate Adaptation & Resilience: Multi-sector Innovations in Water Management

In collaboration with the Construction Industry Council (CIC), we held a webinar on Climate Adaptation & Resilience: Multi-sector Innovations in Water Management which is now available to view publicly on YouTube.

New landscape designed by Realm for London’s oldest public park set to open later...

“The vision is to create a renewed garden for future generations to enjoy - a tranquil haven for people and nature. We look forward to the park reopening,” says Edward Freeman FLI, founder of Realm.

A Landscape-led Approach to Transport Infrastructure

In the latest edition of Landscape, the LI's quarterly journal, Carolin Göhler, President of the Landscape Institute, looks at the significant role transport plays in our everyday, human, community lives, not just through the direct encounters we have with different transport modes while getting ourselves from A to B, but also through the indirect way that transport shapes the places and world around us. 

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