About The AILA
The AILA is the AILA National Award that is awarded nationally by the AILA National Council to agencies for work across Sustainable Settlement, Urban Design, Landscape Principles and Green Infrastructure.
This national award is titled ‘THE AILA’.
THE AILA, as a national award, allows the AILA National Council to recognise the nationally significant innovations achieved by both our clients and collaborators as we collectively strive to advance landscape architecture and to provide leadership in the creation of meaningful, equitable and sustainable environments
The areas for which the award may be given include innovative policy development, significant management of Parks as well as rural, national and urban parks and places.
The award is based on nominations by AILA members to recognise the work of government and non government agencies.
This award replaces the two former national programs for stewardship awards and the significant landscapes.
Nomination form (Word doc)
Nominations may be received at any time of the year but the National Council reserves the right to accept or not accept the nomination and to decide the most appropriate time for the award to be nationally announced.
The AILA National Council's decisions on these awards are final and The National Council/National Office reserves the right not to enter into further discussions about the final decisions.
The City of Perth (2012)
NSW Office of Environment & Heritage (2011)
Melbourne Water (2010)
City of Melbourne for Royal Park (2010)