Our knowledge of landscape management means that our schemes are designed to maximise visual amenity whilst ensuring cost effective and sustainable management into the future.
• Site evaluation and assessment – including feasibility, site options, constraints and opportunities
• Landscape and Visual Impact Appraisal or Assessment – LVIAs are often required to accompany planning applications or as part of an EIA. The LVIA can assist with site selection, site layout and help minimise effects on local or wider views to the project, amenity and landscape character
• Site layout, concept design and master planning – analysis and site organisation to achieve a practical, creative, cost effective solution which maximises value for nature conservation
• Stakeholder engagement and consultation – to achieve a balance in aspirations and for a smooth passage through the planning and design process
• Planning Applications – ……
• Hard and soft landscape design – construction and planting detail, specifications, schedules and bills of quantity
• Contract management – production of contract documentation, tendering and award, contract administration and supervision of works on site
• Project management – financial, implementation, project progress and programming
• Landscape Management and/or Ecological Management plans – to achieve long term sustainability of the scheme, to meet client objectives, or for handover.