GLA completed a Landscape and Visual Assessment for the proposed housing development at Ennerdale View, Cleator Moor. Being involved from an early stage, GLA were able to highlight potential landscape issues which would affect the layout design.
Supporting the LVA report, GLA also provided wireline drawings and photomontages to visualise landscape and visual effects.
GLA completed a Landscape and Visual Assessment Verification Report and included new viewpoints and visualisations to further illustrate and understand the scheme.
Detailed mitigation planting plans were drawn up and also mitigation planting was included in visualisations showing how the proposed planting would mature over time.
Across the UK
Galpin Landscape Architecture have a good deal of experience dealing with wind turbines since the early days of their existence in the nineties.
We have many examples of Landscape and Visual Assessments for planning applications across the UK in different local authorities including Cumbria, East Riding of Yorkshire, County Durham, Ayrshire, Dumfries and Galloway, Staffordshire, Lincolnshire, Perthshire, North and South Lanarkshire, Lancashire, Merseyside, Essex, Scotland and Wales.
Most Landscape and Visual Assessments include Field surveys, GPS, photographic surveys, research, preparation of supporting plans, technical illustrations and visualisations.
Visualisations are prepared following latest guidelines and using wirelines and photomontages.
Huddlesford, Lichfield, Staffordshire
Galpin Landscape Architecture have prepared Landscape and Visual Assessments for Solar Parks in Cumbria, Staffordshire, Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Each have included Full LVA including site analysis, field photos, wire-lines, photomontages, ZTVs, supporting plans and written reports.
The example schemes, Lichfield Photovoltaic Cells Solar Parks LVA supporting planning application for client in securing planning permission according to latest legislation and policy with each local planning authority.
Recent planning permission approved for 1MW site in Staffordshire.
Patton, Kendal, Cumbria
Galpin Landscape Architecture worked with Ashton Planning in preparing a successful planning application for an extension to the leisure park at Patton Hall.
Planning permission for 9 additional units was achieved in May 2015.
The visualisations demonstrate the visual effects of the development within the context of the wider landscape. Extensive planting included trees, hedgerows and a fruit orchard next to the farmstead.
Design of new layout and landforms of business park serving Sellafield in west Cumbria.
Landscape and visual assessment including wirelines, photomontages and appeal with public hearing.
Detailed landscape design including drainage, landform sections/volumes/cut and fill, planting design, visualisations and specifications.