The Landscape Institute’s policy development work is led by its Policy Committee.
The Landscape Institute publishes position statements on public policy areas in which the profession has a key role to play.
Its main responsibilities are:
- Leading development of the Landscape Institute’s Position Statements
- Responding to public policy consultations on behalf of the Institute
- Representing the Institute at external events and on working groups
Find out more about the Landscape Institute Policy Committee HERE
Landscape Institute Scotland Policy Officer
Rebecca Hughes (part-time)
More information about each key policy area can be found via the links below
- Green Infrastructure HERE
- Public Health HERE
- Housing HERE
- Water HERE
- Climate Change HERE
- Investing in Landscape HERE
- Scottish Parliament Cross Party Working Group on Architecture and the Built Environment HERE
Scotland’s landscapes are diverse, rich and unique in the world. Forged by the forces of time, climate and humanity both the natural and built environment are an enormous asset to our country.
As a devolved nation Scotland also has a range of legislation and policy which differs from that of the wider UK, and which governs the work of landscape professionals across the country. In light of this the LIS has developed its vision to promote and create great places – places that are beautiful, multi-functional, sustainable and embedded in Scotland’s communities.
Read about Landscape for Scotland HERE