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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 develops Growth Options Tool (GOT) for housing assessments

LUC has undertaken a number of Growth Option Assessments for Housing on behalf of a number of Local Authorities. These involved detailed constraints and service accessibility analysis, as well as site level reporting. Given the spatial character of these assessments, [...]

December 8th, 2016|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

LUC to assess visual effects of HS2 proposals for National Trust

Our GIS & Visualisation team will shortly begin to prepare a number of ZTV (Zone of Theoretical Visibility) maps and Photomontages as part of an assessment to consider the potential visibility of High Speed 2 Rail route (HS2) proposals from The [...]

October 26th, 2016|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

How dark are our skies?

Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has launched ‘NightBlight’ today, the most detailed interactive maps of England’s light pollution and dark skies ever created for Britain. LUC created the maps, analysing the latest available satellite data to create interactive maps [...]

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 [...]

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 undertakes further open space studies

LUC has been commissioned to undertake an open space study for the London Borough of Redbridge. Redbridge is currently reviewing its Local Development Framework and this work will contribute to the evidence base supporting this. Our multi-disciplinary team will undertake [...]

LUC completes location appraisal for National Trust

LUC recently completed an important study on landscape, views and visual amenity for the National Trust in Southern England. The study included an appraisal of the potential effects of different location options for new visitor facilities at the Birling Gap National [...]