A travelling exhibition celebrating women's contribution to post-Second World War landscape architecture in Britain comes to London and Yorkshire!
Looking to plug a £55 billion hole in public finances, the new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt went beyond what many anticipated from his Autumn Statement - making a series of announcements that could have positive implications for the landscape sector
The Landscape Institute (LI) is among five industry associations to sign an equity, diversity, and inclusion charter as a public declaration of commitment to positive change in the sector
Design-focussed consultancy Frame Projects manages design and quality review panels on behalf of several councils and companies, and there are opportunities to get involved in this work - including for experts in landscape, ecology, low-carbon design, and more
This year, the LI's annual Jellicoe lecture will be the closing event for Campaigning to Connect People, Place, and Nature - a series of inclusive learning and networking events taking place across the UK between October and December 2022
Recent blog posts
Supported by the UK Built Environment Advisory Group, the Global Future Cities Programme carried out targeted interventions in 19 cities across the world to address barriers to prosperity and trade. Lionel Fanshawe, one of the LI's representatives on the Group, reflects on the Programme.
Unleash your creativity with Tobermore’s new online design tool, Paving and Walling Creator.
Hardscape strengthens its extensive product range, with the UK’s largest range of Connectivity Solutions Products.