Cromer Promenade

Mott MacDonald was commissioned by North Norfolk District Council in 2003 to provide landscape design and engineering for the £1.2m Cromer Seafront Enhancement Programme, which was completed in May 2005. The promenade and pier in the seaside town of Cromer feature prominently in the townscape and play an important role in the local community. When considering the design for the promenade, Mott MacDonald’s project team focused on complementing and enhancing Cromer’s Victorian and Edwardian heritage while celebrating its close association … Read full story

The value of the natural environment in creating a foundation for economic growth and our health and wellbeing

This free event will explore the value of the natural environment and distinctive landscapes in supporting economic development and health and wellbeing for Suffolk, Norfolk and the East of England as a whole. It will also consider the challenges we face for nature to be truly recognised as the keystone of a prosperous economy and healthy society. Tuesday 17th March 2015 9am for a 9.30 start to 4pm Haughley Park Barn, Haughley Park, Stowmarket, Suffolk. IP14 3JY Coffee/tea and lunch … Read full story

Priorities Survey

  We want to know what you want from your Branch. In particular we want to know what events and socials you would like to attend over the next year or so. Would you be more inclined to attend events if they were held during the week or at weekends? Can you get to an event held in Bedford or would you prefer Norwich? So that we can meet you expectations and devise a series of events that stimulate and … Read full story

25 February 2014 – 6pm – Landscape Futures Lecture Series

Land is a vital asset in supporting the food, energy, health, welfare and economic needs of society, yet it is coming under increasing pressure. How do we create a sustainable landscape, and is this the world we want? How can we build beautiful places, and what stops us from building beautifully? How can we create the rural landscapes we need while protecting the countryside we love? In its new lecture series, Landscape Futures, the Landscape Institute aims to stimulate debate … Read full story

EEBLI is looking for volunteers to join or help out on the committee.

If you have ideas for future events, would like to help organise visits or seminars and provide feedback to the LI, we would love to hear from you. The committee meets approximately once every 6-8 weeks.  It is a fantastic opportunity to meet other Landscape Architects from across the region!  If you want to discuss what is involved please contact Rachel Bodiam, EEBLI Chair on or by calling 01787 248216. … Read full story