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London NW1 1JD.

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NW1 1JD

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Landscape & Seascape Assessment

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A new Landscape Character Assessment for Sevenoaks District

LUC has recently updated the existing landscape character evidence base for Sevenoaks District. The updated Landscape Character Assessment (LCA) is intended to provide context for policies and proposals within the new Local Plan 2015-2035, inform the determination of planning applications and [...]

March 15th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC nominated for prestigious planning industry award

We are thrilled to be announced as a finalist at the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2017 for our work on the Plymouth and Plymouth Urban Fringe Landscape and Seascape Assessment. This study will help Plymouth City Council, adjacent local [...]

LUC interviewed in webcast about Scottish marine survey

LUC Director of Planning Nick James was interviewed last week about our work on Scotland’s first national survey of marine recreation and tourism around the coast. The survey, which LUC carried out in 2015, was commissioned by Marine Scotland, a [...]

National Grid’s Landscape Enhancement Initiative scheme launched

LUC is excited to be supporting National Grid with their Landscape Enhancement Initiative (LEI) grant scheme which was launched last week. The LEI scheme forms an important part of National Grid’s Visual Impact Provision (VIP) project. This aims to provide [...]

LUC appointed to carry out important studies in Central Bedfordshire and Luton

LUC has recently been appointed by a consortium of local planning authorities to carry out two important studies. The first of these is a Green Belt study which will assess all Green Belt land within the Central Bedfordshire and Luton [...]

LUC’s marine and coastal planning event

The second of LUC’s 50th anniversary events brought together key professionals from across the public and private sector to discuss the importance and potential of marine and coastal planning. Chaired by Nick Hilton, Director of Environmental Planning from LUC, speakers [...]

LUC hosts successful marine and coastal planning event in Bristol

Last week, as part of LUC’s 50th birthday celebrations, we hosted a marine and coastal planning event in our offices in central Bristol. We welcomed over 30 people for an interesting series of presentations on marine and coastal planning What [...]

LUC GIS & Visualisation team making waves

LUC's GIS & Visualisation team has been appointed by Historic England to consolidate the eight existing Historic Seascape Characterisation projects into a single national Historic Seascape Characterisation database. This research consolidation will add considerable value to the funding, effort and [...]

LUC receives social media training to enhance community consultations

Following on from our successful social media work within community consultation projects, LUC recently provided social media workshops for all staff. The social media training covered the basic fundamentals of social media, how important it is today, the most popular social [...]

Scottish marine recreation and tourism study published

Scotland’s first national survey of marine recreation and tourism around the Scottish coast was published this week. LUC conducted this major research project on behalf of the Scottish Government, using a web-based survey to collect data on the recreational activities [...]