The Landscape Institute have confirmed they will be attending UKREiiF, due to be held at Leeds Armouries next Tuesday-Thursday. This body draws together the top landscape professionals in the UK- acting as a chartered body with one goal in mind; to protect and conserve the built environment. 

With several of their representatives attending UKREiiF across the three-day event, they aim to promote the measures of sustainability, public health and climate change throughout the built environment sector. The great example of how landscape interventions can deliver positive outcomes for health, nature, and more at multiple scales, from street corners to entire ecosystems is the LI Awards which opened it’s entries on 29th April this year, celebrating the exceptional contribution of landscape designers, managers, planners, researches, local authorities and more across the world in “levelling up”.

For any developers seeking out key expertise on how to improve the sustainability and social value aspects new projects through having access key insights from some of the group’s 5,000 professionals within their network, the group are extremely interested in networking amongst developers and government bodies at the event…

“I’m delighted to attend this amazing event that aims to unlock sustainable, inclusive, and transformational investment in the built environment.

I’ll be speaking on Thursday 19 may about how delivering greener, healthier places can bring enormous benefits for people and for planet – simultaneously boosting health and wellbeing and supporting our journey to net zero.

It’s great to see so many people involved in this discussion, and we look forward to sharing ground-breaking ideas on how we can move towards a truly green economy. Come and join me and the team at the Beyond Net Zero Pavilion over three exciting days!” Says LI President, Jane Findlay CMLI.

Amanda Griffiths, Director of Built Environment Networking (who are delivering UKREiiF), said “Landscape Institute strongly align with the key themes of UKREiiF NetZero, Social Value and EDI and Future of Real Estate, so we’re thrilled to have them on board, further supporting these incredibly important initiatives. The more people who are exposed to and subsequently join networks like the Landscape Institute, the bigger the positive impact we’ll all collectively have. We’re excited to learn about the connections they make over the three days next week and what might come from those connections in the years to come!”.

Led by property events company Built Environment Networking and supported by some of the biggest UK property and infrastructure companies, the first annual UKREiiF event will be held in Leeds on 17-19 May 2022. The forum will attract inward investment, generate economic growth and drive a more sustainable and inclusive culture within the property and construction industries.