Countryscape is a multi-disciplinary company, combining the creative skills of a communications agency with the scientific knowledge of an environmental consultancy.
We operate primarily in the environmental, heritage and voluntary sectors, providing expertise in design and communication, events and consultation, mapping, landscape and place-making. We work with everyone from European bodies to national agencies, local authorities, volunteer groups, charities and private businesses.
Countryscape was established in 2002 by a group of like-minded people, all of whom share a passion for the natural and cultural landscape. We pride ourselves on offering a friendly and accessible service, which includes design and communication, events and consultation, mapping, landscape and place-making.
Our team comprises people from diverse backgrounds, each with their own specialist skills, experience and professional interests. Together, our combined expertise enables us to take on complex projects and create solutions ‘all under one roof’.
We are committed to being an ethical company and are proactive in minimising our impact on the environment.
We offer a range of services, including:
Our portfolio contains examples of work in design and communication, events and engagement, maps/GIS, landscape planning and place-making.
Please contact us if you’d like to see more of what we do. We’re happy to arrange presentations in person if you wish to view copies of our printed materials and displays, or receive a demonstration of our technical services.
We have a vacacancy for a consultant. We’re looking for a motivated, multi-skilled person to join our team in helping to deliver a wide range of projects within the environmental and tourism sectors. If you thrive on variety, then this could be the job for you!
We're really pleased with the new Forest of Bowland website, which we've developed in partnership with the AONB team.
We’re busily processing the results of the Super Brain event that was facilitted by our team as part of the Bristol 2015 Nature and Wellbeing Summit.