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Valuing Landscape Conference and IFLA Europe General Assembly 2018

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Join us 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.

When and where?

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.)

Over 40 speakers confirmed

Including...

Thursday 6 September

  • Samira Ahmed, BBC journalist and broadcaster
  • Roo Angell, Co-Founder of Sayes Court CIC
  • Daniel Cook, CEO at the Landscape Institute
  • Jenette Emery-Wallis, Director of Landscape Architecture at LUC
  • Karen Ellis, Director of Science and Policy at WWF UK
  • Ursula Hartenberger, Global Head of Sustainability at RICS Brussels
  • Ian Hodge, Professor of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge
  • Professor Ares Kalandides, Senior Fellow and Director at the Institute of Place Management
  • Alison King, Principal Landscape Architect at LUC
  • Mark Kristmanson, National Capital Commission, Canada
  • John Lewis, Executive Director of Peabody
  • David McGuire, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Greenwich
  • Helen Noble, CEO at Pennine Prospects
  • Suzanne O'Connell, Landscape Architect at The Decorators
  • Dr Antonella Radicchi, Principal Hush City Mobile Lab Scientist at the Institute of City and Regional Planning, Berlin
  • Gill Steward, CEO at London Borough of Bexley Council
  • Antje Stokman, Professor of Architecture and Landscape at HafenCity University, Hamburg
  • Miriam Weber, Senior Advisor on Healthy Urban Living and Resilience, Utrecht, Netherlands
  • Sarah Weir OBE, CEO at the Design Council
  • Adam White, President of the Landscape Institute and Director at Davies White
  • Tony Williams, President at IFLA Europe and Principal Landscape Architect at Transport Infrastructure Ireland
  • Wei Yang, Founder of Wei Yang Partners and Vice Chair of RTPI’s International Committee

Friday 7 September

  • John Acres, President at RTPI and Director at Acres Land and Planning
  • Alison Barnes, CEO at the New Forest National Park Authority
  • Chris Bolton, Principal Landscape Specialist at Natural England
  • Sarah Bryan, CEO at Exmoor National Park
  • Jill Bullen, Senior Landscape Specialist at Natural Resources Wales
  • Simon Cook, Director of Planning at Lichfields UK
  • Howard Davies, CEO at the National Association for AONBs
  • Ursula Forzcek-Bratanies, Secretary General at IFLA Europe
  • Laura Gatti, Director at Laura Gatti Consultants, Italy and co-designer of the ‘Bosco Verticale’
  • Euan Hall, CEO at the Land Trust
  • Paul Nolan, Director at the Mersey Forest
  • Neil Rainey, DAERA Northern Ireland Environment Agency
  • Deborah Sandals, Operations Officer for CSGN Integrated Habitat Networks at Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Ramune Sanderson, Director at Terra Firma, Lithuania
  • Dr Deb Upadhyaya, Director of Specialist Planning at Homes for England
  • Ed Wall, Academic Lead in Landscape Architecture at the University of Greenwich
  • Tony Williams, President at IFLA Europe and Principal Landscape Architect at Transport Infrastructure Ireland



Venue

Valuing Landscape 2018 will take place on 6 and 7 September at the University of Greenwich's Stockwell Campus. Home to the University's Department of Landscape, this modern venue boasts excellent conference facilities. Delegates will have access to the now-famous green roofs on top of the Stockwell Campus. (Pictured.)

The IFLA Europe General Assembly will take place on 8 and 9 September in the Old Historic Naval College on the University of Greenwich grounds.

Accommodation

The Landscape Institute is holding accommodation at the Daniel Dafoe Halls of Residence. These are single-occupancy, en-suite rooms.

You can book these rooms for the conference at the discount price of just £65.00 per night. To benefit from this discount, book your room through booking.com and enter 'LI Conference' in the notes when prompted.

If you would like hotel accommodation elsewhere, please email events@landscapeinstitute.org for a list of venues. Please note that no other special deals are in place.

Transport links and directions

Greenwich is in Zone 2 of London's underground travel network, just 20 minutes from Central London. It's also easy to arrive by Docklands Light Railway (DLR).

If you would like directions to and around the venue, please see the map below.

Joining Instructions and enquiries

We will send delegates more detailed joining instructions closer to the date of the conference. In the meantime, please send any questions or comments to events@landscapeinstitute.org.

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10 Stockwell Street

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