New clients, new and recent projects

New clients, new and recent projects

We have been very lucky to have been awarded many projects since September 2018- ranging from landscape, seascape and visual sensitivity to a new type of landscape designation considering natural capital. Several studies have been for new clients who we hope to work...
NPPF 2018- changes relating to landscape matters

NPPF 2018- changes relating to landscape matters

In this article I look at how the revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) affects consideration of landscape and the possible implications for Local Plan preparation and development management. Overall, there has been a rationalisation of the structure of...
GDPR- new privacy policy

GDPR- new privacy policy

The change in data protection law (GDPR) is upon us. We have updated our privacy policy and are contacting all our contacts to ask if they are happy to occasionally receive emails or updates from us. We hope that everyone will want to stay in touch- we hope we offer a...
Launch of new website and office move

Launch of new website and office move

We are delighted to launch our new website which shows our offer and the breadth of our experience. Please take a minute to check it out. We have just moved offices to improved accommodation next door in Frazer Buildings- a renovated warehouse which hosts many...
Aylesbury DC public inquiries

Aylesbury DC public inquiries

Simon has recently appeared as landscape expert witness at two public inquiries for Aylesbury Vale District Council. Both appeals were successfully dismissed: – Weston Turville- housing in a gap between settlements with coalescence and cumulative impact issues...
Gaydon Lighthorne Heath

Gaydon Lighthorne Heath

Simon is part of a Design Review Panel for the Gaydon Lighthorne Heath (GLH) new settlement in Warwickshire. This is pleasing as we identified this major site as part of a landscape sensitivity study in 2012 and then reviewed and guided the two major landscape and...