Landscape Panning as an additional condition of planning permission often requested by local authorities. A landscape plan gives full descriptions of location, species and sizes of the proposed planting on exposed boundaries and can also feature information on maintenance on lawn areas, trees and hedging.
The primary goal of a landscape plan is to ensure that the new development blends into the surrounding area. Check out our blog - What is a landscape plan?
Your local authority could ask you to submit a separate landscape plan for planning permission depending on the area of construction.For planning purposes, it is important to illustrate how the development or building will blend into the area and what landscape features are required to ensure this occurs.
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Yes . Site visit is essential in most cases. We visit the site in order to analyse the existing topography and the trees, hedging, and vegetation on the site.
Yes, as long as it is native and it is suitable for the site.
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A copy of your further information request letter for the local authority and location.
Normally within 7 working days depending on the site location and the amount of work entailed in order to complete the plan.