LAND AND HERITAGE
Everything you need in one team
Land & Heritage is a multi-disciplinary consultancy specialising in landscape planning, management and conservation.
WHAT WE DO
We have particular experience at working on complex projects, with multiple designations and competing priorities. We provide planning solutions based upon scientific understanding and high quality environmental design. Our professional team and client base range from the public sector, through heritage and leisure sectors, to private clients and landowners.
PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT
Landscape, ecological and arboricultural surveys and services in relation to all stages of the planning and development process
ECOLOGY & BIODIVERSITY
PEA (Preliminary Ecological Appraisals), Biodiversity Net Gain, Protected Species Surveys, enhancement and management plans. Habitat creation and management contracting. Wildflower Meadow creation and management.
LVIA, conservation management plans, parkland plans, landscape design, ongoing landscape management support
BS5837 surveys, Tree Safety, Veteran Tree Care, Parkland Planning, Tree Surgery, Tree Planting and Collection Management
Assessment, conservation and proactive management of heritage environments, including heritage attractions. Heritage Impact Assessments (HIA)
Woodland design and management, new woodland creation, carbon sequestration and calculations, woodland carbon credits, woodland leisure, woodland planting and maintenance
OUR CLIENTS INCLUDE
The National Trust, Natural England, Westcountry Rivers Trust, Southwest Lakes Trust, Leeds Castle, Lostwithiel Town Council, Bolitho Estates, NHS: University Hospitals Trust Plymouth, Pell Frischmann, Lambert Smith Hampton, Canal & River Trust, South West Water
WHO WE ARE
We are a team of professionals and associates, working closely to bring all of the skills together that you need from a landscape consultant. We are experienced at managing a multidisciplinary team of professionals, ensuring that we can work proactively to tight deadlines. Meet our team here...