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Winners revealed for the 2023 Landscape Institute Awards

by , | 08 Nov 23 | Commercial Landscaping, News

Winners of the Landscape Institute Awards on stage.

The winners of this years’ Landscape Institute (LI) Awards have been announced after a ceremony in London last week.

The ceremony, which celebrated 30 years of the Awards, was hosted by BBC climate editor, Justin Rowlatt.

The President’s Award presented by President-Elect of the LI, Carolin Göhler was awarded to Bradford Metropolitan District Council, for its ‘Challenging Public Health Inequalities Across Bradford District’ project.

The project also won the Excellence in Public Health and Wellbeing category. Göhler comments on the project, saying: “It is a true exemplar of how landscape can benefit people, place and nature with good community health research, policy making, design, and implementation, with close community liaisons and management of green spaces.

The full list of winners is as follows:

Excellence in Landscape Planning and Assessment
Cherry Hinton North Design Code – McGregor Coxall

Excellence in Heritage and Culture
St Albans Cathedral Sumpter Yard Revived – J&L Gibbons

Excellence in Climate, Environment, and Social Outcomes
Climate Ready Edinburgh – Atkins

Dame Sylvia Crowe International Award
Rijnvliet Edible Neighborhood – Felixx Landscape Architects

Excellence in Biodiversity Conservation and Enhancement
Urban Green UP – re-Shaped & Flavia Goldsworthy

Landscape Legacy Award
Renewable Energy, a new aesthetic? – MVGLA

The Landscape Research and Digital Innovation Award
Atlas for a City-Region – Critical Landscapes Design Lab and Gareth Doherty

Excellence in Masterplanning and Urban Design
Letterkenny 2040 – The Paul Hogarth Company

Excellence in Landscape Design
Mayfield Park – Studio Egret West

Student Portfolio 
The power of nature – Jinming Wei (The Bartlett, UCL)

Student Dissertation Award
The Herring Girls – Nyima Murry (The Bartlett, UCL)

Excellence in Small Landscape and Garden Design
Glenkinchie Distillery – The Paul Hogarth Company

Excellence in Place Regeneration
Mayfield Park by Studio Egret West

Excellence in Public Health and Wellbeing
Challenging public health inequalities across Bradford District – City of Bradford Municipal District Council

Building with Nature National Award
Pydar – PRP

Excellence in Collaboration, Engagement and Influence
Dementia friendly design – PRP

Landscape & Parks Management
Stanmer Park Management Plan – LUC

President’s Award
Challenging public health inequalities across Bradford District – City of Bradford Municipal District Council

Robert Hughes, Acting CEO, LI, says: “The projects highlighted a wide range of our members’ work, as well as the wider industry’s diverse skills and attributes, with many of the projects reflecting the urgent need to combat social inequality, climate change and the biodiversity emergency with progressive and nature and place-based solutions.”

Göhler concludes with: “I want to thank all the entrants that took part, as well as the judging panels and the many volunteers, and congratulate all the winners – the future of landscape is bright.”

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