The Landscape Institute’s Technical Review Board, formerly the Technical Committee, has a new chair under Antonia Glyde CMLI and is now on the look out for new members
This is an opportunity for anyone interested in playing an active role in developing the LI’s knowledge programme to help promote good practice in the landscape profession and beyond.
The committee will be looking to capture the knowledge and expertise that exists within the profession, in order to develop its professional knowledge base and disseminate guidance to a wider audience of practitioners.
A review of current advice and the publication of a new technical guidance to complement the LI’s policy work on housing, climate change and green infrastructure is in the pipeline, as well as the development of technical guidance in other priority areas. To be considered for membership of the Technical Review Board you will need to be a current LI member with a high level of technical knowledge and/or experience.
If Board membership isn’t for you, but you would like to contribute your ideas about the Board’s role and areas of work, an event will be held in mid-October open to anyone with an interest in helping develop the LI’s technical guidance. Full details will be published shortly.
For more information on anything relating to the Technical Review Board or the LI’s technical guidance, please contact Lesley Malone.