Landscape Design – University of Hertfordshire: Progress Report

Phase 1 Complete We are pleased to be able to report that in October 2014 the construction of Phase I of the Hertfordshire University residential area was completed and handed over to U-living (facilities management service for the University of Hertfordshire). This...

Graduate Landscape Architect/Planner Wanted

We are currently looking for a full time graduate landscape architect with a specialist interest in and/or experience in landscape planning to join our team. You will be involved in all stages of project development from tendering through to completion, providing...

Wildlife and development – Urban Areas are a Haven for Bees

A recent study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B (Baldock et al., 2015), has found that bees succeed just as well in urban areas as they do in farmland and nature reserves. Bees and other pollinators are incredibly important in supporting the...

Round up 2015 – Part 3: Delirious over Dormice

The Itinerant Ecologist and friends (you know who you are, you lovely people!) are active with the National Dormouse Monitoring Programme managed by the Peoples Trust for Endangered Species. For you acronym anoraks out there, that’s the NDMP and PTES. PTES do a...

EIA Screening Threshold Changes

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Directive has been amended and codified several times since its implementation some 30 years ago. The current Directive (2014/52/EU) adopted in 2014, made several amendments to the previous iteration and is required to be...