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The government's highly anticipated response to Julian Glover’s Landscapes Review was finally published last week, with an important consultation now underway on several key legislative changes and policy measures.
The winner of a competition to design a new Greenway and park to form the centerpiece of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village communities in the south of Carlisle, Cumbria has been announced.
At the COP26 Summit in Glasgow in November, world leaders met to determine the scale of ambition and action to limit global warming. A new LI policy briefing covers headline outcomes around the Glasgow Climate Pact, the UK’s Net Zero Strategy, global adaptation goals, and UK climate adaptation policy, with particular focus on implications for the landscape profession.
Bringing together data from over 40 datasets, the new mapping tool aims to support local planning authorities incorporate green infrastructure into local plan making
This week the LI responded to BEIS consultation on ‘Planning for new energy infrastructure: review of energy National Policy Statements.
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The Humanitarian Landscape Collective, a network of landscape architects, built environment professionals, academics, and NGOs from around the world, are sharing knowledge and raising awareness through a new website - including toolkits, publications, case studies, thought pieces, and more.
At the webinar this February Jupiter Play are joined by Laura Bradley, of Bradley Murphy Design and Johanne Thomas from Urban & Civic, to discuss the positive impacts that partnership working has delivered and is continuing to deliver at Houlton a new strategic housing site on the outskirts of Rugby.
Since the very first WoodBlocX Landscaping structure was installed on a rooftop garden above the south London skyline, the versatile modular system has been continually specified on projects across the UK and Europe.