Maintaining a landscape is one of the responsibilities of the landowner. However, due to construction and various other activities, we find the potential of having
It’s Hot Yes it’s hot outside in the United Kingdom. This is a blog on ideas of how to keep your plot cool and you
When a project for structural development is started, the most important thing to be addressed is the possible visual impacts. As most of the people
Rethinking Parks ? I have just listened to a rather depressing webinar on The Landscape Institute Web site on Rethinking Parks. (It may not be
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Landscape Capacity Studies Landscape capacity is the extent to which a type of landscape is able to accommodate change without significant effects on its local
Assessing significance and sensitivity of visual effects is a part of Landscape Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA). A LVIA can be a stand alone report or part of