What are the Royal Charter’s main objectives?

The main objectives of the Royal Charter are:

  • To protect, conserve and enhance the natural and built environment for the public benefit, through the promotion of landscape architecture.
  • To foster and encourage the dissemination of knowledge relating to Landscape Architecture and the promotion of research and education therein.
  • To establish, uphold and advance the standards of education, qualification, competence and conduct of those who practice Landscape Architecture as a profession.
  • To determine standards and criteria for education, training and experience.

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