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LUC to create sports facilities for St. Davids School

We are pleased to have secured consent for an all-weather playing field at St David’s School in Purley, London. LUC led the negotiations with Croydon Council, coordinated the application and prepared the planning statement. We helped ensure that the scheme [...]

2016-05-03T11:13:43+00:00 May 3rd, 2016|Development Planning|

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 [...]

Planning application submitted for Durham’s largest ever development

After extensive pre-application contact, we are pleased that the hybrid planning application was submitted last week for Millburngate, a mixed-use scheme for what will be Durham’s largest ever development. Working for Carillion Arlington Real Estate, LUC is a core member [...]

2016-04-27T11:20:12+00:00 April 27th, 2016|Development Planning, Landscape Design|

How can Scotland deliver its ambitious infrastructure plan without compromising the environment?

As part of our 50th birthday celebrations, on 15th June we are hosting an evening of quick-fire discussion on this challenge of the moment! Our panel comprises: Fiona Simpson from the Scottish Government, Ian Jardine from SNH, Grant Douglas from [...]

2016-04-27T09:14:58+00:00 April 27th, 2016|General news|

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 [...]

Canna renewable energy project gains planning consent

We are pleased that the Canna Renewable Energy and Electrification Project has been given the go-ahead by the local council and will now move on to the next phase. LUC was commissioned by the Isle of Canna Community Development Trust [...]

LUC ecological clerks of works keeping projects on track

Often development programmes can’t avoid the most ecologically sensitive seasons.  Every developer has been there.  With a fresh planning consent in hand, contractors are commissioned to commence works, only to be thwarted by an obstinate blackbird nesting defiantly in the [...]

2016-04-21T12:02:30+00:00 April 21st, 2016|Ecology, Historic Environment|

LUC to provide EIA Review for Braintree District Council

LUC has been appointed to provide an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) review and advice services to Braintree District Council in Essex. We will be reviewing the Environmental Statement submitted, in support of a large residential-led mixed use scheme comprising up [...]

2016-04-19T10:59:15+00:00 April 19th, 2016|Environmental Impact Assessment|

LUC awarded three GI Audits in central London

LUC is pleased to have won three commissions for GI audits on behalf of London Business Improvement Districts (BIDs). LUC will be working with Brixton, Purley and Stratford BIDs to identify priority locations for investment in green infrastructure. This could [...]

2016-04-19T09:55:25+00:00 April 19th, 2016|Landscape Management, Strategic Planning & Assessment|

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 [...]

2018-01-24T15:41:26+00:00 April 14th, 2016|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|