Entries open for the St Cuthbert's Garden Village competition

2021 issue 3: The Landscape of Power

Recent news

Biodiversity net gain update - bee on a flower

Biodiversity net gain update: Biodiversity Metric 3.0 and a chance to be involved in...

Earlier this month, Defra and Natural England published the long-awaited, updated, Biodiversity Metric 3.0, along with some other tools useful for making biodiversity net gain (BNG) a success.

Landscape Institute appoints new chief executive Sue Morgan to lead the next phase of...

At a critical time for the landscape sector, Sue’s huge wealth of experience will help the LI build on its recent successes, and position itself as a true industry leader

‘Big on vision, light on details’ – LI’s initial reaction to the Prime Minister’s...

The Prime Minister's speech on Thursday 14 July 2021 attempted to turn the rhetoric of 'levelling up' into substantive policy. Policy and Public Affairs Manager Theo Plowman shares his initial thoughts

UK BIM Alliance calls for input into new guidance

The Alliance is producing new guidance for the UK National Annex to the ISO 19650 series - the international standards that specify how practitioners manage, organise and digitise information about buildings and civil engineering works

St Cuthbert’s Garden Village – Greenway Landscape Competition launched

Carlisle City Council, in partnership with the Landscape Institute, is launching a two-stage design competition to select an individual, or a team, to design a new Greenway and Park which will form the centrepiece of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village communities in the south of Carlisle.

Recent blog posts

Coastal Characterisation – A Year of Coasts and Waters Case Study

Submitted by NatureScot Scotland's coasts are an important part of its nature and landscapes. There is great variety, ranging from the long sea...

Carbon Work – A Year of Coasts and Waters Case Study

Submitted by Laura Esplin of ESALA CARBON WORK is a speculative graduate student project developed by Laura Esplin in 2020 as part of...

A journey through time into the world of electric and gas lighting

Over the years, Berlin has been responsible for more lights and lanterns than any other city. In 1882, the first permanent electric street lights in the world were erected in Berlin.

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