Published: 1st Nov 2016

The Landscape Institute has announced the shortlist for this year’s Landscape Institute Awards. Five of the 43 shortlisted projects are featured on the following pages. We have highlighted projects that integrate green landscapes into health, education and housing projects, and which work closely with local communities. The Forth Valley Royal Hospital employs the UK’s first hospital ranger to help deliver activities in a woodland setting, while Rotunda College in Liverpool has a community garden at the heart of its campus. Here+Now are shortlisted for their work to place people at the heart of design and Cornwall Council is recognised for its guidance to local developers on the Cornish ‘sense of place’. A Groundwork UK project is climate-proofing a number of London housing estates. For the full shortlist click here. Click through the pages below to read featured projects from the shortlist: Creating gardens in educational spaces: BCA Landscape Assessing a … (To read the full article, subscribe below)