Our landscape architects have worked extensively on projects assessing the potential of the Green Belt for development for both public and private sector clients. We can provide independent advice to developers with strategic landholdings in Green Belt land and work with our planning team to secure planning permission for developments within the Green Belt.

 

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Advice for planning authorities

We also work with local planning authorities to provide assessment of the Green Belt boundaries and the extent to which different parcels of land meet the purposes of the Green Belt. We can offer advice on any proposed changes to ensure that they would be robust and defensible and undertaken without undermining the purposes of the Green Belt set out in national planning policy.

Our team of landscape architects work in close collaboration with our planning team to provide robust evidence that will stand up to scrutiny at Local Plan Examination. We can support the council at inquiries and appeal.

Contact Daniel Haigh if you need:

  • Independent assessment of land within the Green Belt for landowners
  • Green Belt reviews for local planning authorities

Landscape and Visual Appraisal (LVA), Gloucestershire

Landscape / Planning

Tree Risk Management, Berkshire

Habitat Management / Landscape / Environment

Historic Environment Desk-Based Assessment, North Yorkshire

Environment / Archaeology

Water Vole Mitigation, Thorndell Viaduct Raising

Ecology / Habitat Management / Landscape / Environment

Historic Environment Desk-Based Assessment, Land at Elm Park, Reading

Environment / Archaeology