2019 AGM presentations and draft minutes

A huge thank you to everyone who spoke at the Reflections: Design for Ageing event ahead of the AGM and a warm welcome to all new committee members. The LIS is looking forward to another productive year, including work with Scotland’s Landscape Alliance and celebrating the 50th anniversary of Ian McHarg’s Design with Nature. A PDF copy of the AGM presentation, including Chair’s report and financial details can be found here A PDF copy of the draft minutes of the … Read full story

Committee meeting minutes 2017-06-14

A PDF copy of the minutes can be found <a=href “https://scotland.landscapeinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/170614-Minutes.pdf”>here A PDF copy of this month’s compiled subcommittee reports can be found <a=href “https://scotland.landscapeinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/170614-Compiled-Reports.pdf”>here … Read full story

LI Advisory council meeting 2016-07-09

A brief selection of highlights from this meeting can be viewed Here   This digest is a summary of the main points from the Council meeting. It is produced straight after the meeting. It is not a formal minute of the meeting. Minutes will be available within two weeks of the meeting. President’s Welcome Merrick Denton-Thompson (MDT) chaired the meeting as the new President. He welcomed new Council members, thanked those who had just left or were about to leave Council … Read full story

2016 AGM FINAL minutes

A PDF copy of the minutes can be viewed and downloaded Here The LIS Annual Genral Meeting (AGM) Presentation can be viewed and downloaded Here You can find the Reflections Series – Emerging Years Presentations Here                                 … Read full story

Committee meeting minutes 2015-10-28

SUMMARY OF MEETING OF 28-10-15 1 Natural England Workshop on Sensitivity and Capacity (Replacement for Topic Paper 6)RH(P+D) and MvG attended on behalf of LIS. This is a cross agency review including SNH. Inherent sensitivity has been abandoned with the emphasis now on landscape capacity which ties in with SPP although most of the studies undertaken in Scotland are really sensitivity studies. 2 Stalled SpacesThanks to the two members have volunteered and their names have been passed onto the Stalled … Read full story