Entries open for 2021 Landscape Institute Awards
2021 issue 2: Illuminating the landscape
Due to the continued risk and unpredictability of COVID-19, in particular the Delta variant, the Landscape Institute (LI) Board of Trustees will continue to suspend in-person events.
From 1 July, for an initial period of three months, the LI will become a licensed BSI Distributor - allowing members to buy any standard from the BSI Shop at a 30% discount
The Landscape Institute (LI) is seeking contributions around the upcoming UN COP 15 Biodiversity and COP 26 Climate Emergency conferences for the special autumn 2021 edition of Landscape, the journal of the Landscape Institute
The page gives an overview of official advice on the invasive disease, which has now spread to almost every part of the UK, and signposts key sources of guidance on identifying and managing it
The LI has congratulated and welcomed the next generation of trustees and council members to lead our organisation in the coming years, as well as a new Convenor for the LI College of Fellows
Recent blog posts
Outdoor spaces can often be uninviting places, especially in the evening. Streetlights can cast a harsh luminescence onto public spaces. They provide safety and visibility at night but can also cause problems. We have a new understanding of the harmful effects of light pollution on our insects and the knock-on effects this has to the pollination of plants and crops.
GreenBlue continues to support the Landscape Institute and the online learning approach. We are now fully emerged into the world of virtual communication and even with the likelihood that life will gradually return to some form of normality, online learning will no doubt be here to stay. Education has always been our passion and we are pleased to continue to provide a range of interactive sessions for listeners across the globe.
Marshalls Plc operate in many realms of the hard landscaping business. From back gardens to train stations, they have been Creating Better Spaces for over 130 years.