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LI issues new Residential Visual Amenity Assessment guidance for members

The new Technical Guidance Note will support practitioners engaged in RVAA, which is becoming an increasingly common assessment tool

Landscape Institute 2019 elections: nominations now open

The LI is seeking the next generation of trustees and council members to help our organisation deliver for people, place and nature

Funding available to support female leaders in UK landscape

Grants of up to £1,000 will help enable participation in a leadership development program

Recent blog posts

Landscape Institute elections 2019 – Top tips for supporting your nomination online

Standing for election to LI Board or Council? Here are some tips for gathering support for your nomination online

Diversity and inclusion: a leader’s perspective (part 2)

Landscape Institute CEO Daniel Cook thinks about the LI’s own journey towards becoming a more diverse organisation - and helming a more inclusive profession

Brunel Estate landscape: The essence of Michael Brown

The Brunel Estate landscape in Paddington is an example of a Michael Brown project that has survived well and demonstrates his expertise with levels and brickwork, writes Colin Moore

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