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London NW1 1JD.

12th Floor, Colston Tower,
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LVIA chapter written by LUC Director for academic publication

The 4ᵗʰ edition of the academic book 'Methods of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment' (2018), edited by Riki Therivel and Graham Wood, has been published and features a chapter on Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA) by our Director of Landscape [...]

September 25th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC GIS Consultant speaks at ESRI housing conference

Our Principal GIS Consultant Edith Lendak presented a sample of our work at ESRI's 'GIS for Housing' conference on the 19th of September. The event provided an excellent insight into the ways GIS has been embraced by the housing sector, [...]

September 21st, 2017|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

Calverley Adventure Grounds opens to public after LUC landscape design

Calverley Adventure Grounds in Kent was opened to the public over the weekend after a year of fundraising, public meetings and landscape design input from our Design team. The children's playground was opened on Sunday 17th September, with business/grants sponsors/councillors and [...]

September 20th, 2017|General news, Landscape Architecture|

New Boarding Houses open at Wycombe Abbey School after LUC input

We were delighted to attend the opening ceremony of Pitt and Rubens Boarding Houses at Wycombe Abbey School last week. Wycombe Abbey is an independent girls’ boarding school in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. The school forms the major part of a [...]

September 19th, 2017|General news, Ecology, Landscape Architecture, Education & Leisure|

LUC completes landscape evidence studies for Dartmoor National Park

Free roaming livestock are a feature of the upland landscape. Credit: LUC LUC’s Landscape Planning team has recently completed three linked landscape evidence studies for Dartmoor National Park Authority (DNPA), providing up-to-date landscape evidence to support the National Park’s [...]

Understanding and assessing seascape character

Background There is now greater interest in the coastal and marine environment than ever before, reflecting appreciation of its current and potential economic, environmental and recreational importance. This includes demand for developments that harness the natural resources of the sea, [...]

September 13th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC expertise informs major planning application in Bushey, Herts

A major detailed planning application was lodged recently on behalf of Comer Homes. The third and final phase of the prestigious redevelopment at Royal Connaught Park consists of 115 residential units in the extensive grounds of 15 listed and other existing [...]

September 12th, 2017|General news, Landscape Architecture|

SNH provides clear focus for Scotland’s coastal landscapes with LUC input

With input from LUC’s Landscape Planning team, new guidance to help professionals assess the potential impacts of future development on Scotland’s coastal landscapes has been published last week by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). With marine recreation and tourism expenditure in [...]

September 4th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC wins four RIBA National awards

Following on from our recent success at the regional RIBA London and RIBA South West awards, we are pleased to announce four of our projects have won national awards for the following project Silchester, Latimer Road – Haworth Tompkins Cedars [...]

LUC’s planning team secures consent for school projects

LUC’s award winning planning team secured consent for several school projects recently – the new Chart Wood School in Dorking and extensions to St Bede’s School in Redhill for Surrey County Council and a new Sports Centre for King Edward’s [...]

August 22nd, 2017|General news, Development Planning, Education & Leisure|