A vision for the future of landscape at the LI’s 2020 Awards Roundtables
Transforming the Urban Landscape: Winners announced
The LI are deeply saddened by the news about HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. We send our deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this difficult time.
Entries open on Friday 9 April for the Open City Stewardship Awards, a new national awards programme celebrating the outstanding long-term strategic care of existing buildings, infrastructure, and open spaces
On 30 January, the government outlined changes to the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and announced the publication of a draft national design code. These documents were available for public comment until 27 March; here is the Landscape Institute's response.
An online lecture series being run by the Gardens Trust will offer a range of perspectives to fill the gaps in our collective knowledge, and explore new ways of engaging with the whole history of landscapes, gardens, and horticulture.
Join the winners and sponsors of the Landscape Institute’s 2020 Awards at a series of roundtable discussions debating the biggest questions and challenges facing the profession
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From a derelict site to a thriving neighbourhood on London's South Bank, Coin Street is a story of success in community enterprise, engagement, and ownership, and place-led transformation
The notion of play often brings about real feelings of nostalgia and memories linking us to places, people and better days. Play is a complex form that straddles creative art, philosophy, science, and psychology and so much more.
Landscape architect and urban designer Jenny Elliott is asking built environment professionals to share their practical experiences of public space design, planning, and decision-making, to help inform the implementation of 'best practice' public spaces