New Directors join Landmark

Landmark is pleased to announce the appointment of two new Directors to the Management Team. Gemma Melvill and Andy Spargo have been appointed from their existing roles of Principal Environmental Planner and Principal Landscape Architect respectively. They join Nick...

Return of the Swifts

Swifts are a sign of summer. They arrive from Africa, normally in late April/early May and leave again in early August. Landmark’s first sightings this year were near Avonmouth and in the Chew Valley on 4 and 5 May respectively. The RSPB describes the swift as...

Architectural Graphics service

Many of our clients’ successes, whether led by our environmental planning, ecology, or landscape teams, should be credited (at least in part) to the efforts of Guillermo Sanchez (Sanch) who manages Landmark’s Architectural Graphics service. Our clients are familiar...

Using remote cameras for wildlife surveys

Wildlife film watchers will be very familiar with the images captured by remote cameras all over the world.  Whilst we don’t have ready access to Serengeti wildlife, Landmark also uses remote cameras to monitor ecological activity at our clients’ sites.  It is an...