Review looks back over two years of activity and engagement.
Sue Illman introduces her President’s Review in the latest issue of Landscape by saying, ‘This has been an exciting two years for the Landscape Institute and also a great period for public appreciation of landscape architecture in general.’
She continues, ‘Over this time, despite a challenging operating environment, the Institute has significantly increased its activities. Recognition of the Institute has improved massively, its profile has risen through greater partnership working and there is now a wide following for what we do way beyond the constituency of UK-based landscape architecture. In the area of green infrastructure our publications, videos and competitions have made a huge impact and our recent work campaigning for a coordinated response to flood prevention from government has not only generated considerable media coverage but has also complemented our longer term work on sustainable drainage, water management and water sensitive urban design.’
The 16-page review from competitions and awards to publications and the LI’s influence on government. The latest issue of Landscape, containing the review, should be with members in the next few days.