Valuing Landscape Conference 2018 – Presentation slides

Day 1 – Morning

Conference welcome

Adam White, President, Landscape Institute
Emilia Weckman, Vice President of Education, IFLA Europe

Why the landscape profession can change the world

Jan Christian Vestre, CEO, Vestre

Panel: Understanding and responding to future trends

Professor David Maguire, Vice-Chancellor, University of Greenwich
Dr Wei Yang, Chairman, Wei Yang & Partners and Vice Chair, RTPI International Committee
Daniel Cook, CEO, Landscape Institute
Jan Christian Vestre, CEO, Vestre
John Hughes, President, RICS

Design Council: Valuing landscape

Sarah Weir OBE, CEO, Design Council

In search of a landscape value

Professor Ian Hodge, Professor of Rural Economy, University of Greenwich

Integrating sustainability
considerations into valuation practice

Ursula Hartenberger, Global Head of Sustainability, RICS

Natural capital and landscape
approaches in conservation

Karen Ellis, Director of Sustainable Economy, WWF-UK

Canada’s Capital: Why natural capital accounting is vital for urban growth

Dr Mark Kristmanson, National Capital Commission, Ottawa, Canada

Creating value for people in Thamesmead: Well-being and green infrastructure

Phil Askew, Director of Placemaking and Landscape, Peabody

Day 1 – Afternoon

The South Pennines Regional

Helen Noble, CEO, Pennine Prospects

Case study: Utrecht

Miriam Weber, Senior Healthy Urban Living and Resilience Advisor, Utrecht, Netherlands

Empowering landscape

Roo Angell, Co-Founder, Sayes Court Garden CIC

Urban landscape studies in Barcelona

Montserrat Prado, Head of Restoration, Urban Institute, Barcelona City Council

The Decorators: Architecture, landscape, interiors and psychology

Suzanne O’Connell, Landscape Architect, The Decorators

Creating a new kind of value through our profession: Towards better leadership, more inspiration, and increased impact

Professor Antje Stokman, Professor of Architecture and Landscape, HafenCity University, Hamburg

Impact? Starts with us

Joris Voeten, Senior Urban Green Space Engineer, Urban Roofscapes

Ideas for the future

Adam White, President, Landscape Institute

Day 2

Conference welcome

Edd Wall, Academic Lead in Landscape Architecture at the Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich
Tony Williams
, President, IFLA Europe

The value of management

Sue Biggs, Director General, RHS

The value of science

Professor Rosie Hails, Director of Nature and Science, National Trust

Improving Wellbeing through Urban Nature (IWUN)

Anna Jorgensen, Head of the Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Sheffield

Exmoor National Park

Sarah Bryan, CEO, Exmoor National Park Authority

Panel: Landscape value – the evolving definition

Tony Williams, President, IFLA Europe
Jill Bullen, Senior Landscape Specialist, Natural Resources Wales
Chris Bolton, Principal Specialist, Landscape, Natural England
Neil Rainey, DAERA Northern Ireland Environment Agency
Deborah Sandals, Scottish Natural Heritage

Landscape value: The impact of planning

Dr. Deb Upadhyaya, Specialist, Homes England and Board Director, the Academy of Urbanism

Landscape in Lithuania: Ways to address today’s challenges

Ramunė Sanderson, Principal, Terra Firma LT

Valuing landscapes: A planning perspective

Simon Coop, Planning Director, Lichfields UK

Green Halo Partnership: Natural capital in action

Alison Barnes, Chief Executive, New Forest National Park Authority

Conference close and reflections on day 2

Dan Cook, CEO, Landscape Institute