Landmark News

Homeowners Guide to Bat Surveys

We often take calls at Landmark from homeowners who have been told by their local planning authority that a bat survey must be submitted as part of a domestic planning application, such as for a small-scale development involving house improvement, extension or roof... read more

Catching critical deadlines

As the Easter break and end of the financial year all but coincide this year, many businesses are focussed on spending residual funds before the year end, on financial planning for the coming year, and on programming projects for consenting or delivery over the next... read more

Benefits of Bird and Bat Boxes

When we are asked to design ecological mitigation schemes for developments we often suggest the incorporation of bird and bat boxes into the design. If we know birds and bats use the site, it can be a low cost solution to replace roost and nest sites that may be lost... read more

Welcome to Lucy Foley

Landmark is delighted to announce the addition of Lucy Foley to our Landscape team. Lucy joined us in December 2017, just in time for our office Christmas party, bringing nearly a decade of professional experience gained across the UK and in Canada. Lucy is a... read more

A round up for 2017

It’s the time of year when we tend to look back over the past 12 months, consider how it’s been and then, holding on to our hats, prepare to plunge into a New Year.  The need to hold on to hats this December seems particularly important, not least having just... read more

Exceptional Bees at Avonmouth Wind Farm

Landmark helped to show visitors the many environmental benefits of a well sited wind farm at the annual open day of local sustainable energy company, Thrive Renewables, held this year at Avonmouth wind farm. Over 300 visitors and families gathered on a blustery and... read more