Previous winners include Dirk Sijmons, Peter Latz and Mario Schjetnan

Cadbury's factory, Moreton; a designed landscape by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, c. 1954. Image: Annabel Downs CMLI

IFLA is now soliciting nominations for this year’s Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.

The Award recognises a living landscape architect whose work has had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment. It commemorates Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, founding president of IFLA from 1948–54 and founding member of the LI (formerly the British Institute of Landscape Architects) in 1929.

The deadline for nominations is Thursday 1 March. Find out more about the nominations process, and eligibility, at iflaonline.org.

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