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LI Awards 2022 entries are open
Landscape projects that address climate change, habitat restoration and biodiversity loss and those that promote health and wellbeing can now enter the renowned Landscape Institute (LI) awards.
The Landscape Institute is among six organisations, collectively representing around 350,000 members, who have come together to help shape a built environment sector that is truly representative of the communities it serves
Last week the LI responded to DEFRA’s consultation on how to implement the findings of the Landscapes Review.
The Landscape Institute has launched its Landscape Skills and Workforce Survey, a new major piece of research which will provide new insights into the economic structures and makeup of the landscape industry.
Alongside our response to government on how biodiversity net gain regulations should work in practice, the LI has published a new briefing document for members on why net gain is important and how landscape designers, managers, and planners can best implement it
Recent blog posts
The driveway is the first thing that is seen when arriving at a property, so creating a lasting impression is key. Nothing is more impressive than a sweeping gravel driveway leading to the home, they create the wow factor and elevate the aesthetic of outdoor space.
In March 2022, the Landscape Institute attended its first MIPIM to put ‘green’ at the heart of the debate. CEO Sue Morgan reports on what we achieved at the world's leading property conference.
In this issue Green Horizons Workshops: Collaborating for Success LISW 2022 events update LI Connect Report: January branch meeting The Gardens Trust Defra biodiversity net gain consultation Green Horizons Workshops: Collaborating...