LI Awards 2015

Brentford Market Square. From the winning project by Kinnear Landscape Architects (KLA), winners of the 2015 President’s Award © KLA

In November 2015, LI members, landscape professionals, clients and others gathered together for the annual LI Awards ceremony. During one of the biggest social events in the landscape industry, we celebrated with the following winners:

President’s Award

Winner: Brentford High Street ‘Making the connection’ by Kinnear Landscape Architects

Adding Value through Landscape

Communications and Presentation

Design for a Small Scale Development

Design for a Medium Scale Development

Winner: Littlehaven Promenade by OOBE

Highly Commended: John Henry Brookes Building, Oxford Brookes Building by LUC

Design for a Large Scale Development

Winner: South Park Plaza at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park by James Corner Field Operations and LDA Design

Highly Commended: Bristol Harbourside Masterplan by Grant Associates

Design for a Temporary Landscape

Science, Management and Stewardship

Winner: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park management plan 2014-2019 by Land Management Services

Heritage and Conservation

Winner: Walpole Park, London by J & L Gibbons

Highly Commended: The Restoration of The Level, Brighton by LUC

Landscape Policy and Research

Local Landscape Planning

Strategic Landscape Planning

Winner: Isle of Anglesey, Gwynedd and Snowdonia National Park Landscape Sensitivity and Capacity Study by Gillespies

Highly Commended: CIVI: Cumulative Impacts of Vertical Infrastructure by WYG

Student Dissertation

  • Winner: Public Participation in Landscape Architecture: The Rationale and the Reality
    Stuart Malcolm, University of Edinburgh
  • Highly Commended: Winter Participatory Landscape: Designing Bulgarian Ski Resort in time of Climate Change by Yuhei Nakajima, Writtle College
  • An investigation into the invisible landscape of memory and experience and its potential applications to landscape site analysis and design development by Melanie Clemmey, University of Gloucestershire

Student Portfolio

Winner: Fraser Halliday, Edinburgh College of Art

Highly Commended: Rachel Brown, Edinburgh College of Art

Urban Design and Masterplanning

Client of the Year

Winner: The Land Trust

Fellows’ Award for Climate Change Adaptation

Winner: Littlehaven Promenade, South Shields