Planning at the landscape scale encourages cross-sector cooperation and community involvement. People can easily recognise and relate to urban and rural landscapes: local stakeholders can help to identify valued features and develop plans for how their landscape should be shaped into the future.
Our approach to landscape planning uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to develop spatial frameworks, together with creative tools for community involvement and joint decision-making.
We have an expert knowledge of the planning system and are skilled at developing clear plans, strategies and guidance. Our work has been cited as “good practice” by the National Audit Office and recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards.
Visit our portfolio for examples of landscape planning projects we have undertaken.