Learn about liveability and the value of nature.

Still a chance to book for landscape events at London Festival of Architecture

There is still an opportunity to book tickets at key events taking place during the London Festival of Architecture.

They include:

How liveable is London?
A panel debate organised with the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) which will tackle the issue of liveability. The panel will explore solutions for London’s current and future housing need, as well as wider concerns about infrastructure, resilience and urban change. Speakers include Rosalie Callway (CPRE London), Noel Farrer (Farrer Huxley Associates), Rebecca Sudworthy (Peabody), Sophia de Sousa (Glass House Community Led Design), Darren Johnson (London Assembly) and Bruce McVean (Movement for Liveable London).
The LI will also launch a new video on liveability at this event.
19 June, 6pm, Charles Darwin House, 12 Roger St, London WC1N 2JU.
Book tickets.

What has Nature ever done for us?
Organised in association with Siobhan Davies Dance as part of Human-Nature: Art, horticulture and choreography across the growing season.
One of Britain’s leading environmental campaigners, Tony Juniper, will discuss the services nature performs for us, from the provision of water and food to the atmosphere and environment that sustain and protect us. Chaired by Sue Illman, President, Landscape Institute.
27 June, 7pm, Siobhan Davies Studios, 85 St George’s Rd, London SE1 6ER.
Book tickets.

Planting Steps Walk
Organised in association with Siobhan Davies Dance as part of Human-Nature: Art, horticulture and choreography across the growing season.
A guided walk from City Hall to Elephant & Castle, led by Paul Lincoln of the Landscape Institute and Johanna Gibbons of J&L Gibbons Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. Starting at City Hall the walk will move along the south bank of the Thames exploring the integration of plant life in the capital. The walk includes a lunch made from locally grown produce at its final destination, the Mobile Gardeners’ temporary site in Elephant and Castle.
28 June, 11.30am – 2.30pm, meeting point: City Hall, the Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA.
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