The LI has announced three more branch events in June in Northern Ireland, North West, and South West, as part of the current consultation on a new education development document
Developed by the LI’s Education and Membership Committee and experts from across the profession, Landscape Architecture: Elements of Practice and Areas of Specialism provides a general statement on what’s involved in the practice of landscape architecture and the main broad areas of expertise in the profession.
Alastair McCapra, LI chief executive, and Sue Beard, director of education and membership, will be explaining how the document has been developed, and how it will be used.
“This is an important piece of work for the profession and we are keen to hear from as many members as possible before the consultation deadline of 4 July”, said Beard.
The latest dates to be confirmed ar:
Northern Ireland (21 June)
Lunchtime event from 13:00 at University of Ulster campus, Belfast
North West (23 June)
Evening event from 18:00 for 18:30 at Manchester Metropolitan University, Room 21, Sandra Burslem Building
South West (28 June)
Lunctime event from 12:00 as part of the living Walls seminar, Genesis Centre, Taunton
For further details and booking information where applicable, please contact branches direct.
For more information about the consultation and to download the document and consultation response form, please visit the LI’s website.