The work comprised undertaking a Landscape and Visual Appraisal (LVA) to assess the potential effects of the proposals, especially on key views across the city, and to prepare landscape design proposals.
The LVA established that the proposals would be well integrated with other built form and not give rise to material adverse effects in key views across the city. The landscape design proposals took forward relevant key elements of the Green Infrastructure Strategy that we previously prepared. It included a tree replacement strategy to meet the local authority’s requirements, alongside planting specifications and other soft landscape enhancements. The LVA and design proposals facilitated a successful planning consent.
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