Gold Sponsors: Valuing Landscape Conference 2018

Friday 17th August 2018

We’re proud to announce that we’re gold sponsors for the Valuing Landscape Conference 2018, brought to you by the Landscape Institute.


Join the Landscape Institute for two days of debate, discussion, bold thinking and creative ideas led by a world-class roster of international speakers.


The greatest value of landscape is the way in which it connects people, place and nature. The LI, in partnership with IFLA Europe and the University of Greenwich Department of Landscape, is holding its 2018 conference on this topic.


Day one is a day of high-level debate on the value of landscape for those leading the profession, with reference to future trends, urban design and digital developments.


Day two focuses on landscape policy, planning and management, explored through a packed itinerary of workshops and experiential site visits.

For more detail on the conference including keynotes, panels, site visits, workshops, networking opportunities with content-rich learning, visit the LI website.


Time and place:


Thursday 6 and Friday 7 September 2018, at the University of Greenwich, London. (The IFLA Europe general assembly will follow the conference on 8-9 September.)


Who to see:


Over 40 speakers confirmed including Joris Voeten and Polypipe’s National Project Manager for Water Management Solution, Nicholas Wright.


Joris Voeten, who spoke about research and findings of passive irrigation on roofs at The Polypipe InfraGreen Conference will be sharing his thoughts on a new kind of value for the future, how can design, landscape and place professionals be bolder through leadership, inspiration and influence?


On Friday 7 September, join Nicholas Wright from Polypipe, alongside Dr Phil Askew from Peabody who will be conducting a tour of Thamesmead, one of Europe’s largest landscape-led housing and regeneration projects. Their focus will be on Green Infrastructure which you won’t want to miss!


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