Rethinking Parks ? I have just listened to a rather depressing webinar on The Landscape Institute Web site on Rethinking Parks. (It may not be available for you to open yet- so watch this space.) It made me ask myself why Parks are so important? Not just for me but why they are essential to […]
LandVision give detailed advice, plans and reports tailored to your specific needs and budget such as BS5837. We can discharge your landscape conditions on your planning application and provide expert advice on Tree Safety, Woodland Management including Ancient Woodland management plans for Forestry Commission grants.
Ancient woodlands and BAP woodlands; why they are special. Biodiversity offsetting can be a very useful way of mitigating for new development. At Landvision, we feel that there are some cases where offsetting can be used to great effect to mitigate and to enhance landscape and ecology. Despite what the UK government say, we feel […]
Dealing with Excavations within the Root Protection Area or RPA. Using any type of mechanical digger within Root Protection Areas RPA will damage roots. Air spades which use compressed air may be a better solution to hand digging in some instances. Air spades use compressed air and are much less likely to damage the […]
This Saturday 20th April, 2013 Transition Wadhurst will meet at the Sparrows Green Pavillion at 230pm. The talk will be by Matt from The High Weald Landscape Trust. Then 3pm to 430 pm we will look at some historic landscape features such as old hedgerows. Join us to walk along some of the old historic […]
Firstly, look at the site. Is it sunny? Is it sheltered? If it is in a wind corridor, a street where the wind blows through, in winter this will be very cold and exposed. Conversely, a sunny sheltered courtyard may allow you to plant a more tender tree, such as an Olive tree or Magnolia […]