Landscape architects combine environment, design, art and science at the interface between people and natural systems.
We provide guidance and toolkits and are working with the Landscape Institute to encourage more people to choose a career in landscape architecture.
How we help landscape architects
A good practice guide to help local authorities and others to plan and manage successful horticulture apprenticeship programmes.
Local green spaces are not being used because of their poor quality, according to our new report.
An action plan to improve the quality of open spaces within social housing areas.
Useful facts on the importance of green spaces for people.
Find out about our specialist service for clients working on open space strategies, frameworks or individual public space projects.
Use our practical toolkit to measure the quality of a public space before investing time and money in improving it.
See how public spaces help combat the effects of climate change, from moderating rising temperatures to preventing flooding.
Find out how to create streets that respond to the demands of climate change and shifts in culture.
Discover how to produce better masterplans that lead to the physical, social and economic revival of places.
Download our practical guide for involving young people in public space and read about the key issues that projects may face.
Read how local authorities can create spaces that allow children to use their imagination with natural play design.
Making contracts work for wildlife advises green space professionals on how to make the most of the potential for biodiversity in our urban parks.