To celebrate its 90th birthday next year, the LI will reflect on the theme of transformation and examine the changing world of landscape

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore. © Grant Associates

In May 2019, the Landscape Institute marks its 90th birthday. To celebrate this important year, the LI will reflect on the theme of transformation and further examine the changing world of landscape. What have we gained over the last 90 years? What has been lost? And most importantly, what does the future look like?

The LI will communicate this with a series of events, articles and competitions that will bring to life the stories of the practitioners and projects that work to transform and connect people, place and nature.

LI members can also look forward to a new website section, charting 90 years of LI and landscape developments, with a focus on policy themes including food production, climate change, public housing and the history of health and landscape.

Take part: write for #LI90

As part of this, we want to hear from you! We’re calling for submissions and ideas around the development of landscape policy and practice over the past 90 years. If you are interested in writing for us, please contact us via


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