Research and analysis

Landscape and environmental design guidance

Guidance notes on how landscape and environmental design issues should be handled in the development of capital projects for the Environment Agency.

Documents

Landscape and Environmental Design Guidance

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Landscape and Environmental Design Guidance

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Details

Staff from the Environment Agency’s National Environmental Assessment Service (NEAS) have worked with consultants Furguson McIlveen and WS Atkins to produce guidance notes on how the Environment Agency should handle landscape and environmental design issues in the development of capital projects. This information will be used by staff managing the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process or involved in developing capital projects. Use of the guidance will encourage consistency and value for money within projects and ensure Agency projects are designed and implemented to the right standard.

Published 1 December 2006