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 opens second office in north of England and plans to celebrate with launch party

We are thrilled to have recently opened offices in Manchester and Lancaster. Our expansion into the north of England will enable us to better serve our clients at a local level and to celebrate, we will be hosting a launch [...]

June 5th, 2017|General news|

LUC Director of Landscape Planning to speak at Landscape Institute conference

Our Director of Landscape Planning Kate Ahern has been invited to speak at the Landscape Institute's 'Landscape as Infrastructure' conference on Thursday 22 June. Kate will be speaking about "Landscape led infrastructure – character, complexity and citizen participation" alongside Jo [...]

June 1st, 2017|General news|

RIBA London award for Peabody Silchester after LUC landscape masterplan

LUC is pleased to be part of a winning team at this year’s RIBA London awards on a large residential project in London. LUC worked with Haworth Tompkins Architects on a new Peabody housing scheme within The Royal Borough of Kensington and [...]

May 30th, 2017|General news, Urban Design, Development & Regeneration|

LUC sponsoring First Thursday Club networking lunch in Bristol

LUC is proud to be sponsoring the First Thursday Club networking lunch event in Bristol next week. The event will welcome professionals from the construction industry in the South West for networking and lunch on Thursday 1 June. First Thursday [...]

May 26th, 2017|General news|

Changes to Permitted Development Rights for schools

Recent amendments to Permitted Development legislation include changes which extend the rights for new and existing schools. In an effort to support the government’s commitment to deliver more school places, the Department for Communities and Local Government first introduced proposed [...]

May 23rd, 2017|General news|

LUC Options Appraisal to improve financial sustainability for Cannock Chase AONB

Those organisations responsible for managing AONBs and discharging the responsibilities imposed upon them in the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 are – in common with other bodies managing public open space – mindful of the need to manage increased [...]

May 22nd, 2017|General news, Landscape Management|

David Ross Sports Village opens after LUC landscape proposals

LUC attended the official opening of the new £40m state-of-the-art David Ross Sports Village on Park campus at the University of Nottingham this week. Olympic table tennis champion Deng Yaping and gold medal-winning canoeists Tim Brabants MBE and Etienne Stott [...]

LUC sponsoring Sea Scotland 2017 Conference

LUC is pleased to be sponsoring the upcoming Sea Scotland 2017 Conference next month. This year's conference focus has been announced as 'Sustainable Development of Scotland’s Seas: Securing Progress in Uncertain Times' and will welcome speakers from Scottish Government, Scottish Wildlife [...]

May 19th, 2017|General news, Landscape & Seascape Assessment|

LUC celebrates GIS anniversary with ESRI

LUC began using ESRI ArcGIS software 20 years ago, in March 1996. We had a single user on ArcView 3.0. After many years of change, software upgrades and the expansion of our GIS & Visualisation team to 11 members, it [...]

May 18th, 2017|General news, GIS & Visualisation|

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|