The proposed site location for the robotic unit, in the centre of the farm, was selected to provide the most efficient means of milking the herd. Our input was required to consider the local effects to the landscape and local visual amenity and provide landscape design proposals.
The proposals sought to avoid or minimise hedgerow removal, accommodate all required access and circulation movements for farm operations, coordinate with the proposed sustainable drainage requirements and consider future landscape management requirements.
A sensitive landscape design of tree, copse and shelter belt planting drew upon the local landscape character to assist with integrating the proposals into the landscape.
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