Approved by the CSLA Board of Directors on September 23rd, 2014
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) is a membership based organization. The membership is comprised of regular members, life members and honorary members as specified in the bylaws. The majority of members are individuals who are active in the profession of landscape architecture. It is important for all members that the landscape architect profession be seen by the public to be a profession which is trustworthy, is a positive advocate for environmental sustainability, and healthy communities. It is for these reasons that this code of professional practice has been developed to outline the expectations of professional conduct by members.
The respect afforded a profession is earned through the conduct of individual members of the profession. It is difficult to codify all elements that members should observe to meet the necessary level of professional conduct. However it is the general expectation that members will strive to do what is right for the protection of the integrity, image and good reputation of the profession of landscape architecture.
The following provides the principles which members are expected to honour in creating a positive view of the profession by the public and clients.
Working respectfully with others
Working in respect of the profession
In accepting membership to CSLA, all individuals agree to abide by this Code of Professional Conduct.
This code is administered by the Board of Directors of the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects.
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