Join us for our March 2021 Greener Recovery Festival
Transforming the Urban Landscape: Winners announced
Over the coming months, LI members will have the opportunity to nominate and elect new trustees and council members to lead the landscape profession
A new paper from the National Infrastructure Commission calls on infrastructure developers to target environmental net gain and reverse natural capital decline - something the LI has long argued for
The LI held its first fully virtual annual general meeting (AGM) on Thursday 4 February 2021. See the voting results and catch up with the event recording here.
The Landscape Institute has welcomed 14 new industry leaders to its College of Fellows, including seven through its successful invited route, as well as seven new invited Chartered members
We're sorry to announce that our CEO Dan Cook will be leaving us in April after five years. He has been an excellent leader during a time of positive transformation at the LI and we'll be sorry to see him go.
Recent blog posts
A new online CPD service went live last summer, allowing LI members to review and record their CPD throughout the year, wherever and whenever they need. Here's why you should be making the switch to the new service today...
World-famous Highgate Cemetery, resting place of many well-known people from Karl Marx to Lucian Freud, announced the finalists in its Landscape and Architectural Projects competitions.
Hampshire-based wildflower specialists, Wildflower Turf Ltd, are lending their expertise to next month’s Greener Recovery Festival.