Entries open for the St Cuthbert's Garden Village competition
2021 issue 3: The Landscape of Power
The Prime Minister's speech on Thursday 14 July 2021 attempted to turn the rhetoric of 'levelling up' into substantive policy. Policy and Public Affairs Manager Theo Plowman shares his initial thoughts
The Alliance is producing new guidance for the UK National Annex to the ISO 19650 series - the international standards that specify how practitioners manage, organise and digitise information about buildings and civil engineering works
Carlisle City Council, in partnership with the Landscape Institute, is launching a two-stage design competition to select an individual, or a team, to design a new Greenway and Park which will form the centrepiece of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village communities in the south of Carlisle.
It is with profound sadness that RPS have to report that Karen Roberts passed away on Thursday 1 July 2021. Colleagues and clients will remember her enthusiasm, commitment, and support for every piece of work she was involved in.
Landscape Institute President Jane Findlay with an urgent message to LI members and landscape professionals everywhere: to get your entries in to the 2021 Landscape Institute Awards by midnight on Thursday 15 July!
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