Sites, features and areas protected for their natural, ecological, historic and/or cultural values form the backbone of the global development management process. The nature of protection varies in response to legal and regulatory system, and the particular sensitivity of the protected environments.
For some features and sites, management must be of a very light touch, but, for others, development offers the opportunity to bring forward appropriate and responsive management and provide economic and community benefits.
The Landmark Practice has a wealth of experience of working alongside our clients to design, conserve, restore and manage protected environments.
We have undertaken commissions for private land owners, estate managers, Government agencies, the Wildlife Trusts, and UNESCO on the management of World Heritage Sites.