Join us on Thursday 16 December for our AGM and end-of-year webinar!
This week the LI responded to BEIS consultation on ‘Planning for new energy infrastructure: review of energy National Policy Statements.
The new Code supports LI members to deliver the very best levels of service and, through aligning practice with internationally recognised ethics principles, cements the Institute as part of a global landscape community
Landscape designs that answer the pressing issues of climate change and biodiversity loss are among the winners of the 2021 Landscape Institute Awards.
The High Streets Task Force 2020-21 Review of High Street Footfall shows a stronger rebound compared with last year, along with a continuing trend of multifunctional town centres recovering more quickly than retail-focussed areas
In 2020, in line with its drive to net zero, the government announced a review of the energy National Policy Statements (NPS) that set out government policy for the delivery of major energy infrastructure.
Recent blog posts
In addition to health benefits for patients and staff, investment in greenspace around hospitals and healthcare centres has helped tackle climate change and biodiversity loss
The risks posed by the climate and ecological crises can be overwhelming: their challenges often complex and in need of integrated and holistic approaches, as well as collaboration across many disciplines and specialisms. In these two case studies, Senior Landscape Architect Mary Jansson demonstrates LUC's commitment to targeting these issues through its work
The Landscape Institute London branch has been providing volunteers to the Open House Accelerate programme for two years, and has further strengthened our relationship this year. Find out more and see how you can get involved!