About LUC
is a private limited company registered in England (Reg No. 2549296), having its Registered Office at
43 Chalton Street,
London NW1 1JD.

12th Floor, Colston Tower,
Colston Street. Bristol

+44 (0)117 929 1997


43 Chalton Street,

+44 (0)20 7383 5784

28 Stafford Street,

+44 (0)131 202 1616


2 Mount Street
M2 5WQ

+44 (0)161 3026640

37 Otago Street,
G12 8JJ

+44 (0)141 334 9595

Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster University
Lancaster LA1 4YQ

+44 (0)1524 592 829

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LUC’s Head of EIA to speak at Connecting Projects to the Grid conference

Our Head of EIA Joanna Wright is excited to be attending and speaking at the 5th Annual Connecting Projects to the Grid conference in London this week. The conference will cover the topic of “Securing a connection to a changing grid: [...]

May 16th, 2017|General news, EIA, Energy & Infrastructure|

LUC opens new offices in north of England and plans to celebrate with launch party

We are delighted to open the first of our two new offices in the north of England today in Lancaster with the second office opening in Manchester next month. With existing presence in London, Bristol, Glasgow and Edinburgh, our expansion [...]

May 15th, 2017|General news|

LUC participates in Mental Health Awareness Week

Using the 2017 Mental Health Awareness Week theme of 'Surviving or Thriving', LUC is celebrating ways to foster good mental health. Throughout this week, representatives from each of the offices will be leading lunchtime walks to nearby locations to appreciate some [...]

May 10th, 2017|General news|

LUC’s light pollution and dark skies campaign Commended by ENDS

We are delighted that our light pollution and dark skies campaign with Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has been Commended by the ENDS Environmental Impact award committee in the ‘Campaign of the Year’ category. We worked alongside CPRE, using the latest available satellite [...]

May 9th, 2017|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

LUC Landscape Planners commended by RTPI South West

LUC’s Landscape Planners are delighted to have been Commended by RTPI South West for their Plymouth Strategic Landscape and Seascape Character and Sensitivity Study alongside Plymouth City Council. We were Commended within the ‘Excellence in Decision Making in Planning’ category in [...]

May 8th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC completes Landscape and Townscape Assessment for St Cuthbert’s Garden Village

LUC recently completed an integrated landscape, townscape and historic environment assessment to inform development of St Cuthbert’s Garden Village, Carlisle. The most northerly of 14 Garden Villages announced by the Government in January 2017, St Cuthbert’s is being planned by [...]

May 5th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC Planners to exhibit at ISBA Annual Conference

LUC is pleased to be exhibiting at the Independent Schools’ Bursars Association (ISBA) Annual Conference at the Manchester Central Convention Complex on 17th and 18th May 2017. Planning Director Jon Grantham, Landscape Director Adrian Wikeley, and Principal Planner Rob Schofield will be attending. The [...]

LUC Landscape Architects to speak at Landscape and Life conference

Two LUC Landscape Architects are set to attend and speak at the Landscape and Life International Conference next week in Lisbon, Portugal. Director of Landscape Architecture Jennette Emery-Wallis and Senior Landscape Architect Alison King will be attending the conference which [...]

April 27th, 2017|General news, Urban Design, International|

LUC’s light pollution and dark skies campaign shortlisted for ENDS Environmental Impact award

We are pleased to announce that our light pollution and dark skies campaign with Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has been shortlisted for an ENDS Environmental Impact award in the ‘Campaign of the Year’ category. We worked alongside CPRE, [...]

March 14th, 2017|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

LUC’s work with Parks and Open Space Strategies

Those with an interest in public parks, whether as land managers or users, are only too aware of the perilous state of the UK’s network of open spaces. These significant community assets, which contribute to public health, community integration and [...]

February 23rd, 2017|General news, Landscape Management|