Landmark and Battery Storage

We are in the midst of a massive shift in our energy system, driven by technological innovation and the imperative to tackle climate change. Just a few years ago electricity was generated by 50 large power stations. Today we are approaching 1 million distributed...

Green Brexit

Amid the ongoing controversy raging between Whitehall and Brussels over the EU-UK divorce settlement, the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill has been wending its bumpy way through Government since July. The overarching intent of the Bill is simple, set out in Clause 1...

Brexit, society, economy, environment. Where next?

June has been a momentous month. The UK General election followed hot on the heels of May’s local and mayoral elections, Brexit negotiations opened between the UK government and the EU, and appalling tragedies were wrought by terrorist violence and the fire at...

Effective Integrated Masterplanning

A masterplan is a critical tool for any development, whether at the level of an individual site or a comprehensive development scheme.  A robust masterplan, supported by a delivery plan, is fundamental to maximising land value and development of sustainable...

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...