Sharing knowledge

Emerging case law and evolving government policy, combined with rapidly developing technological innovation, places daily demands on our clients and professional partners in statutory agencies to update skills and expertise. Landmark has considerable experience of planning for sustainable development, and we are conscious of the value of sharing knowledge across the development sector.

Our experience

Recent events have covered planning for solar PV, EIA Screening, Environmental Statements – Best Practice, Ecological Effects of Renewable Energy Development and Public & Stakeholder Engagement and Biodiversity Net Gain. Clients and partners include the RTPI, Regen SW, the Government Office for the SW, DECC, the Planning Inspectorate, PPS, Oxford Brookes University and the University of Portsmouth.

Client benefits

Our bespoke packages offer excellent value for money and can be delivered in-house, or as a shared forum with partners.

The interactive approach provides effective and responsive professional training. Landmark provides specialist training, both independently and in partnership with professional and commercial partners.

Our specialist training

… is typically focused in the following areas, but can be tailored to client needs:

  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Planning for Renewable Energy
  • Planning for Biodiversity and Protected Species
  • Planning in Sensitive Environments
  • Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
  • Habitats Regulations Assessment
  • Biodiversity Net Gain

For more information and to discuss the requirements of your site or project please contact Gemma Melvill, Principal Environmental Planner