Two fantastic members of our landscape team, Leonie Brown CMLI and Henry Collyer-Knight CMLI, have recently achieved a remarkable milestone in their professional journeys. They are now officially Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute (CMLIs), having passed their Pathway to Chartership!
This marks the culmination of several years of hard work and study, which concluded with a verbal examination at the end of April and a nail-biting wait for results. Their new status brings not only personal pride but also an elevated level of assurance to our clients that they are working with top-notch professionals.
For landscape architects, chartership with the Landscape Institute is an independent and external verification of their status as a professional. It acts as an assurance of quality for both clients and employers alike. Through gaining CMLI status, Leonie and Henry have demonstrated that they have the breadth of skills, knowledge, understanding and integrity to practise as landscape architects within the UK. Not only that, but CMLI status is a globally recognised qualification.
We are immensely pleased and proud that Leonie and Henry have obtained this well-deserved recognition of their expertise and dedication; however it’s no surprise to us here at B&G that they’ve reached this prestigious status. Their achievement as Chartered Members of the Landscape Institute is a testament to their continuous growth and commitment to their craft. By attaining this professional qualification, Leonie and Henry have proven their expertise in areas such as landscape design, planning, and management, as well as a commitment to professionalism, a thorough understanding of business practices, legal requirements and the management of construction contracts.
So, as we raise our virtual glasses in celebration, let’s acknowledge the professional contributions of Leonie and Henry to our landscape team, to Brindle & Green, and the broader field of landscape architecture. They have set a high standard for excellence, inspiring us all to push the boundaries of what’s possible for every environment. Congratulations, Leonie and Henry! May your CMLI status be the beginning of an exciting new chapter in your professional journeys. We’re proud to have you as part of our team!
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