Catching the Running Bug

Its safe to say that Landmark staff have caught the running bug over the past couple of months. Jacob completed the Bristol 10 km and Rachel the Westonbirt 10 km during May. Rather amazingly, the sun shone on both race days which were thoroughly enjoyed by both...

Phased Development EIA

A Case study of ‘subsequent applications’ and interface with the Habitats Regulations   There is great satisfaction to be gained from working on a project from inception through to delivery.  For some projects this timeline is relatively short, but for larger and...

EIA Screening – can local effects be ‘significant’?

If there is any aspect of EIA that keeps lawyers busy, it is EIA Screening.  Although making an application for a Screening Opinion is a straightforward process, there are potential ‘elephant traps’ along the route. They are commonly simple procedural matters, but...

Cycle for climate change – get set go

She is off … … after many miles of preparation, thorough safety briefings and sporting a purpose designed, ethically sourced jersey from Bristol based company GRN Bikewear, Rachel is now on her way to Paris with the rest of the participants in the Le COP...