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 •  February 20

Successful entries will shape the city beyond just one site, and will help to inform a new national policy that puts landscape and health at the heart of new places Do you have a world-class idea for innovations in healthy placemaking? Ebbsfleet Development Corporation will soon be inviting submissions to a new design competition, Ebbsfleet Garden...

Landscape institute

 •  February 15

Posts available in the IFLA world-level elections are President, Treasurer, and Chairs for each of the three standing committees The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) has announced the commencement of its 2018-20 world-level elections. IFLA is calling is for nominations to the following positions: President Treasurer Chair:...

Landscape institute

 •  February 13

Oral papers and posters are welcome on planning, urban design, landscape practice, health, education and more The University of Greenwich Green Roofs and Living Walls Centre and Department of Architecture and Landscape have announced their London conference, ABC: Activating Biophilic Cities. Taking place on 4-5 September 2018, the conference aims...

Landscape institute

 •  February 6

Stakeholders and the general public are invited to suggest how the HLF might support landscape, nature and public parks over the coming five years The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) is inviting stakeholders and members of the public to have their say on its funding priorities for the coming five years. Late last year, HLF announced changes to its...

Landscape institute

 •  February 3

The Landscape Institute is constantly looking to improve its annual Awards processes and ceremony, and invites all members to share their comments and ideas The annual Landscape Institute Awards ceremony is one of our largest and most popular events. Each year, the LI shines a spotlight on the most innovative projects to have enhanced, protected...

Landscape institute

 •  February 1

The LI has announced two vacancies for ambitious and proactive team members to help build and support our growing membership There are two openings at the LI for ambitious and proactive team members to help develop and support the landscape profession. The Landscape Institute’s member support officer will provide exceptional customer service to a...

Landscape institute

 •  January 31

If you’ve recently been involved in the publication of a book that would be of interest to our members, we would love to hear from you Have you recently written or been involved in the publication of a book that would be of interest to our members? We’d love to hear from you so that we can publicise it in the next edition of Landscape, the journal...

Landscape institute

 •  January 25

Previous winners include Dirk Sijmons, Peter Latz and Mario Schjetnan IFLA is now soliciting nominations for this year’s Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award. The Award recognises a living landscape architect whose work has had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment. It commemorates Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, founding...

Landscape institute

 •  January 22

In its eighth annual National BIM Survey, NBS looks to see how far BIM has become ‘business as usual’ for the design community NBS has this week launched its eighth National BIM Survey. The report from the 2017 Survey highlighted an increasing frustration from construction professionals regarding the lack of clarity and enforcement by the...

Landscape institute

 •  January 19

The LI is delighted to announce the appointment of Rachel Smith, Head of Business Development, and Andrew Morris, Head of Product Development Two new members of the LI staff team, both based in Manchester, will work to deliver a robust and improved catalogue of services and products to members, practices and partners. Rachel Smith takes charge of...