Posts made in June, 2013

Landscape Consultant East Sussex UK

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Landscape | 0 comments

Landscape Consultant; inspiring understanding in landscape design, ecology and trees. As Landscape Consultants within one office, we are a unique multi disciplinary  professional team. Landvision offer inspiring advice and cover all three aspects of landscape;  Ecology, Landscape Design and Arboriculture; all under one roof. We are a one stop shop; harnessing the benefits of nature for our clients. Landscape consultant  expertise under one roof  mean that we offer our clients  initial cost and time saving benefits. The level of our in depth understanding of the landscape is why we are used...

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Landscape Architect in East Sussex UK

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Landscape | 0 comments

Landscape Architect as advisor for new landscapes; LVIAs, and EVIAs. Landscape architects specialise in the design and management of landscapes. Landscape architects produce Landscape Visual Impact Assessments or LVIAs. They also produce EVIAs and landscape designs for existing and new landscapes.  If you need to have advice on a new development in a protected landscape area, or on the design of a scheme which requires specialist landscape input, a landscape architect can advise you on mitigation and planting methods. Landscape Architects; Creating a sense of Place. Landscape architects are...

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Landscape Planning East Sussex UK

Posted by on Jun 25, 2013 in Landscape | 0 comments

Inspiring neighbourhood protection and new communities to thrive. The landscape planner inspires other professionals and also local people to improve their neighbourhoods. Landscape planning offers ways of helping the natural environment to become more resilient, better designed and more sensitively managed. The landscape planning role is important in pushing up the bar of standards. It ensures that our local landscapes become more productive, that residents draw real benefits from the landscapes in which they live and work. The role of landscape planner in landscape planning. The judicious...

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Green Infrastructure

Posted by on Jun 5, 2013 in Ecology, Green Infrastructure, Landscape | 0 comments

Green Infrastructure

What is Green Infrastructure? Green infrastructure is a term used to bring all the green assets of  village, town and city together and use this data as a planning tool.  Green infrastructure includes trees,  parks, hedges, grassland, woodland and  road verges. There is more about green infrastructure here on the Landvision Blog Green infrastructure is defined as interconnecting nature areas, parks and open spaces, recreation grounds, Specimen urban trees, tree lined sitting areas, green squares; also rivers and lakes. These are the basic components of landscape planning policy using GI as a...

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