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LUC wins bid to complete Cannock Chase State of the AONB report

LUC has been appointed to complete the 2018 State of the AONB Report for the Cannock Chase AONB in Staffordshire. This project will involve close collaboration between our Landscape Planning and GIS & Visualisation colleagues to produce a comprehensive evidence [...]

2018-06-22T11:52:22+00:00 June 21st, 2018|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

LUC landscape and seascape planner to speak at Landscape Institute South West AGM

LUC's Associate Landscape & Seascape Planner, Sally Marshall, is speaking at the Landscape Institute South West's AGM and CPD in Bath today. Sally will be bringing the topic of landscape and seascape character assessment and sensitivity studies to attendees, using [...]

2018-04-27T16:19:46+00:00 April 25th, 2018|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

LUC to produce Isle of Wight Settlement Coalescence Study

LUC’s Planning and Landscape Planning teams are working together on a settlement coalescence study, on behalf of the Isle of Wight Council. We recently won the commission to carry out an assessment of settlement coalescence sensitivity within the Isle of [...]

LUC to complete the National Seascape Character Assessment for England

LUC is excited to be working once again with the Marine Management Organisation (MMO) to complete the National Seascape Character Assessment for England. We have been working with the MMO since 2012 to undertake Seascape Assessments region by region, to [...]

2018-03-14T16:44:25+00:00 March 14th, 2018|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

Meet our talented new Glasgow staff

We've recently welcomed four new members to our expanding Glasgow team across many areas of the company. Find our more about their experience, expertise and how they can support your projects below. David Ferguson: Principal Landscape Planner David is [...]

LUC seascape specialists to speak at Swedish marine planning workshop

Sally Marshall, Landscape/Seascape Planner, and Melissa Conway, Historic Environment Specialist, are delighted to have been invited to a workshop in Stockholm, Sweden on 12-13 February to discuss their extensive seascape experience. This includes Sally’s work on strategic-scale seascape character assessment to [...]

2018-02-12T10:39:26+00:00 February 12th, 2018|General news, Historic Environment, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

Brechfa Forest West wind farm generates first power

An onshore wind farm in Wales, the 57.4MW Brechfa Forest West wind farm, has generated its first power after LUC helped secure consent for the site in 2013. LUC inputted to the siting and design of this Nationally Significant Infrastructure [...]

LUC to update Chichester State of the AONB report

We are pleased to once again be working with the Chichester Harbour Conservancy to produce an up-to-date State of the AONB report for the nationally protected landscape. This will be a joint project with close working between our Landscape Planning [...]

2018-01-25T10:13:21+00:00 January 16th, 2018|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

LUC to work on Landscape Character and Sensitivity Assessment for Greater Manchester

LUC is delighted to be working with the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) to produce a Landscape Character and Sensitivity Assessment for the ten constituent local authority areas. This project will provide landscape evidence to underpin the Greater Manchester Spatial [...]

2018-01-10T14:01:56+00:00 January 10th, 2018|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|

LUC wins three Landscape Institute Awards

After our success at last year's Landscape Institute awards during our 50th anniversary year, LUC has gone on to win three more awards at this year's ceremony. During the ceremony at The Brewery in London last week, our Plymouth Landscape, [...]

2017-11-28T14:05:12+00:00 November 28th, 2017|General news, Landscape Planning & Assessment|