Call for Case Study Images

Call for Case Study Images LISW are designing a pop-up banner and other graphic material for use at careers shows and education events to promote landscape architecture to young people in the south west.  We’d like to represent the wide scope of our profession and are looking for interesting images that portray the varied aspects that landscape encompasses.  If you would like your scheme to appear on this material please send images to us at   We will include credit details for … Read full story

LISW AGM & CPD: RESILIENT LANDSCAPES – Multifunctionality and Wellbeing 4th May 2017

This year’s CPD Day aims to stimulate discussion around enhancing the multifunctionality of landscapes from the broad, regional scale down to the local level, focusing on resilience, health and wellbeing. At a strategic level, we will look at how planning for green infrastructure across the south-west region can provide quality of life and natural capital benefits, as well as catchment adaptation to help with flood resilience and collaborative measures to encourage pollinators. On a city-wide scale, we will look at … Read full story

LISW Newsletter December 2016

Dear Members,   Christmas is fast approaching and the end of an eye opener of a year. We have had some great events this year, with our AGM and conference in April, various visits and social events in the south west region. We would like to thank all who attended, helped organise and contribute to the events.   If you would like to run an event please contact us, likewise if you would like to organise a social network event … Read full story

LISW Newsletter September 2016

Dear Members, We hope you had a great summer, here is a round-up of events in the region which may be of interest. These are mainly in Bristol, if you have suggestions of newsletters we can subscribe to, or details of events in other cities within the LISW area, please contact us. We have kept our eye on RIBA south-west, ICE Bristol, ICE Wales, Bristol Botanic Garden, the University of Bristol, The Architecture Centre, Bristol Green Capital and a few … Read full story