Independent Trustees


landscape Institute

We are seeking new trustees with a range of skills for our Board, particularly: • Finance, sustainability and growth • Management, governance and regulation • Values, culture and engagement

Closing date for applications

Who we are

The Landscape Institute (LI) is the chartered body for the landscape profession and provides a professional home for all landscape practitioners including landscape scientists, landscape planners, landscape architects, landscape managers and urban designers. It is an educational charity working to promote the art and science of landscape practice. The LI’s aim, through the work of its members, is to protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit. As an organisation we have committed to be net zero by 2029 and are active in relation to the need for action on climate and biodiversity

We are inviting applications from suitably experienced individuals to join the Board of Trustees, which comprises a maximum of 13 members - 9 members are drawn from the membership and we appoint 4 independent trustees to add breadth of experience and skills to the Board. We currently have 2 independent trustee vacancies

We are looking for a commitment to the aims and objectives of the Landscape Institute; a good understanding of the duties of a trustee; strategic, visionary thinking and an ability to bring fresh ideas to discussion and challenge opinions respectfully. The role carries the legal responsibilities and liabilities which go with being a charity Trustee

Full details of the role and person specification are included in the Job Description

Supporting documents

  • Job-Description-Trustee-2020.pdf - Download
Closing date for applications

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