The Work of The Landscape Institute Scotland
The Landscape Institute Scotland has over 450 members within a population of over 5 million people. The Scottish Branch works to represent the interests of members and the environment to the Scottish Government, agencies, and the voluntary sector.
The Branch Committee has up to 12 members, who are elected annually, and they meet 12 times each year. Agendas and Minutes of Meetings are available online. One member represents the Branch at the LI Advisory Council meetings, held three times a year. The Branch Action Plan covers the activities that are organised in Scotland.
In recent years a number of responses to Government Policy Consultations have been submitted. The Branch is also well represented on bodies such as the Urban Design Panels in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Fife. In addition, we are represented on SEPA’s Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems Working Group.
The Landscape institute Scotland is a registered charity. Registered Charity No. SC047057