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  1. Abi Palmer-Greenwood

    LI AWARDS: Join the LI Awards online ceremony

    This year the Landscape Institute will be hosting an online edition of the 2021 LI Awards ceremony on 25 November. In light of the recent pandemic and although we would love to see you all in person, we want to keep everyone safe while celebrating the best of the sector. Continuing from 2020, tickets to this event are FREE for everyone. With a growing international audience, global access to the ceremony and more featured award categories than ever before, this will be our biggest and most inclusive celebration to date. Book your places here
  2. Abi Palmer-Greenwood

    Landscape Institute Awards finalists announced

    The Landscape Institute has announced 73 finalists in this year’s LI Awards which celebrate the work of the landscape profession through categories such as Excellence in Tackling Climate Change and Biodiversity Conservation. Judges, which included representatives from various organisations such as Historic England, National Lottery Heritage Fund, and Public Health England, looked at landscape projects from all over the world, including China, Luxembourg and the British Isles. The 73-strong shortlist, up from 66 the previous year, covers an impressive array of projects, from a £250 million car-free, low-carbon housing development in Leeds to a waterfront master plan on the shores of the Yangtze River. View finalists here
  3. During a virtual ceremony on Wednesday 18 August, as part of the opening ceremony of IFLA’s World Congress 2020, IFLA President James Hayter announced Iraqi architect, landscape architect and academic Dr. Jala Makhzoumi as the 2021 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award laureate. The annual Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award is the highest honour IFLA can bestow on a landscape architect. Inaugurated by IFLA in 2005, it celebrates a living landscape architect whose achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on society, the environment, and the profession of landscape architecture. Find out more and watch the presentation here. Huge congratulations to Dr. Jala Makhzoumi!
  4. Get your entries in to the 2021 Landscape Institute Awards by midnight on Thursday 15 July!! Don't miss out! 'This year, it is more important than ever to profile the brightest and the best projects in our profession. The LI Awards is a great opportunity to achieve recognition for your outstanding work and prove that as landscape professionals, we can make a change. 'I am asking you to stand up, make your voices heard, submit your entries today, and show the world the outstanding work you’ve been doing!' Watch the video here
  5. Abi Palmer-Greenwood

    LI Awards 2021 Updates

    The 2021 LI Awards opened for submissions on 29 April, welcoming everyone from the sector to submit their projects. We are delighted to share some recent updates. All Awards Open Categories and Professional Categories this year introduced a discount for sole traders and those in the public or third sector (such as voluntary groups, charities and NGOs). Green Flag Award has joined the LI Awards for the first time, sponsoring the Landscape and Parks Management Category, in line with their 25th anniversary. Entries will close on 8 July. The finalists will be announced in September and the winners at the Awards Ceremony in November (hosted by James Wong, British ethnobotanist and TV presenter), celebrating the brightest and the best from the sector. ENTRIES CLOSE ON 8 JULY 2021. SUBMIT NOW!
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