Our reputation for quality of service has been established over a period of more than 35 years.
We are a Landscape Institute Registered Practice, with a team of Licentiate and Chartered Landscape Architects.
We are also IEMA EIA Quality Mark scheme members in recognition of the quality of our Environmental Impact Assessment work, which includes Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment.
The quality of our work is also recognised by our clients who see us as an integral part of their project planning, assessment and design team.
We take a collaborative approach to working on projects at all stages of the planning and design process, at all scales and across a broad range of sectors.
We work best when we can work with architects, engineers and other specialists to develop creative solutions that embed mitigation identified through the Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment process into high-quality environmental designs.
We are as committed to working for private clients on individual properties as we are working for a development consortium on a major urban extension scheme. We will give you our complete attention and support, providing attention to detail and an understanding of your commercial needs.
We are committed to delivering high-quality, proportionate, outputs for all our clients in the form of reports, drawings and other graphics. We utilise our skills in graphics packages, CAD, GIS and 3d visualisation software to meet your requirements. We can provide a standalone report to support your planning application or prepare a chapter of an Environmental Statement.
Delivering robust assessments is at the heart of what we do.
We can use our expertise to also provide:
We can prepare Landscape, Townscape, Seascape and Visual Impact Assessments. Our experience includes UK cities, sensitive coastal locations encompassing Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Heritage Coasts and World Heritage Sites.Contact us
If your development does not require a full Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment, we can provide you with an Appraisal report with a proportionate level of appraisal to meet your specific requirements.Contact us
Through undertaking desk studies and site survey work, we can prepare landscape character assessments at strategic and local levels to inform the planning, assessment and design process.Contact us
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