Landscape|LED is a partnership of three experienced landscape architects with a diversity of experience working in private practice throughout the UK. The two day event is supported by involvement from industry leaders, product specialists, current pathway examiners and a representative from the Landscape Institute.
We are delighted to be supported by Tobermore with their expertise in product specification and construction delivery.
Combining her role as a practicing landscape architect with guest lecturing, membership of the LI’s Education/ Membership Committee and supporting graduate staff as a P2C mentor, Natalie is a highly skilled and actively involved landscape architect. Natalie is currently leading a wide range of technical and construction packages for major public realm projects, residential projects and schools within Wardell Armstrong’s Landscape Design Team.
With over 10 years’ experience working within high profile, design focussed practices including Kim Wilkie Associates and Jencks Squared, Grania is a leading design specialist. Currently, working for WATG in London, Grania has wide ranging experience working as both an independent consultant landscape architect and key member of multidisciplinary teams for international clients.
With 15 years experience delivering quality place making in Scotland, Ireland and Northern England, Tina is a highly experienced landscape architect. Tina leads the Wardell Armstrong Landscape Team to manage major bids, planning submissions, local authority frameworks and masterplans for private sector and local authority clients. She also lectures on professional practice for the University of Edinburgh’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
As Technical Director within a global multi-disciplinary practice, Hannah has led a wide range of complex infrastructure, mining, renewable energy and major development projects both within the UK and Australia. She has also guest lectured at the University of Edinburgh School of Geosciences and Heriot Watt University in EIA.