The 2014 LI Awards Ceremony takes place on Thursday 27 November at the Bloomsbury Big Top in Central London.
The shortlist is now published and bookings are open.
The event will be hosted by Majora Carter.
Major Carter is a Peabody Award winning Broadcaster and revitalisation strategy consultant. She is responsible for the creation and successful implementation of numerous green infrastructure projects, policies and job training & placement systems. You can read Majora’s full biography here and watch and watch her 2006 TED talk, Greening the Ghetto, here. Majora also hosts the film ‘Water Blues, Green Solutions’, which is being screened at this year’s Landscape Institute Jellicoe Lecture.
The event commences at 11:30 am with a drinks reception, followed by lunch and the presentation of awards and is due to finish at 4pm.
The dress code is smart casual.
For more information about the Bloomsbury Big Top click here.
You can reserve your place by filling in the booking form available here. One place costs £145 +VAT and a table of ten costs £1,300 +VAT.
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Canal Park Design Guide J&L Gibbons LLP
Church Street and Paddington Green Infrastructure and Public Realm Plan Grant Associates
City Park, Bradford Gillespies LLP
Columbia Grange School Discovery Park Sunderland City Council
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Environmental Stewardship & Historic Parkland Cookson & Tickner
Liverpool Central Library Carolyn Willitts
Lon Gwyrfai, Multi Use Path Harrison Design Development Ltd
LSBU Public Realm B|D landscape architects
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Masterplan for East Village, Calgary, Alberta, Canada Broadway Malyan
Monitoring the effects of Environmental Stewardship on Landscape
Character and Quality, and Developing Indicators and Thresholds for
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National Character Area Scale LUC (Land Use Consultants)
Seascape Assessment for the South Marine Plan Areas LUC (Land Use Consultants)
South Pennines Watershed Landscape Project South Pennines Local Nature Partnership
Student categories David Hammett
Student categories Freddie Egan
Student categories Jacqui Jobbins
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Student categories Paloma Stott
Student categories Vanessa Powell
Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon LDA Design
The Landscape Strategy team: Hampshire County Council Hampshire County Council. Property Services
The Restoration of Brockwell Park, Brixton LUC (Land Use Consultants)
The State of UK Public Parks 2014 Peter Neal Consulting Ltd
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Vermilion, Rathbone Market Churchman Landscape Architects Limited
Wandle Park Croydon Council
This year's categories are:
Last updated 08 October 2014
Deadline for receipt of awards ceremony confirmation forms
Friday 7 November 2014
Thursday 27 November 2014
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The Landscape Institute Awards are presented annually to encourage and recognise outstanding examples of work by the landscape profession.
The LI Awards aim to:
- Promote the art and science of landscape architecture
- Advance the knowledge and understanding of the discipline
- Celebrate professional expertise
- Reward schemes that demonstrate a high level of commitment to sustainability