Book now for the LIs Ecobuild seminars

Book now for the LIs Ecobuild seminars

Making It Home is the series of seminars on landscape and housing to mark the LI’s launch of its latest position statement on housing.

It takes place at the Ecobuild event at Earls Court in London on Wednesday 3 March.

The three seminars will reflect the importance of the landscape profession in the development of housing and communities.

The full details of the seminars are as follows:

10.30am – Seminar 1: Planning
The importance of landscape planning – Clare Brockhurst, Leyton Place, co-author

Cambourne: case study  – Dick Longdin, Randall Thorp, Landscape Architects

Natural England perspective – Alison Barnes, Director for London, Natural England

Chair – Neil Williamson FLI, President of the Landscape Institute

12 noon – Seminar 2: Innovation
Pushing the envelope: Landscape at the cutting edge of Sustainable Delivery – Peter Wilder, MacFarlane Wilder, co-author of position statement, on the role of landscape in achieving innovative solutions for passive architecture, low carbon construction and green infrastructure in leading developments such as Wembley City, Athletes Village, Wales International Business Park, Rowan Road Merton and the BRE Innovation Parks in Watford and Ravenscraig in Scotland.

The Triangle, Swindon: case study – Luke Engleback, Studio Engleback

The Code for Sustainable Homes, landscape and the BRE Innovation Park – Jaya Skandamoorthy, BRE

Chair – Jo Watkins FLI, President-elect of the Landscape Institute

2 pm – Seminar 3: Place and Design
The importance of landscape design/place-making and social issues – Noel Farrer, Farrer Huxley Associates, co-author

Staiths, South Bank: case study  – Philip Barker, Glen Kemp, Landscape Architects

CABE Space perspective – Liz Hoehnke, CABE Space

Chair – Neil Williamson FLI, President of the Landscape Institute

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