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Events

We’ve been to the last two business breakfasts, myself and our Managing Director….that’s actually a lot of resource, going to something together buts its generally good enough in terms of speakers that it warrants it.

Well structured, the content was pertinent, good networking

I think they’re great.  Absolutely.  High profile

Really good list of people who all attended

Great event and speaker, very well organised, and I met a couple of people – so it was useful for networking too

The timing, format and speakers are very good with excellent opportunities for networking

It was good to meet your team, they are a credit to you, all very pleasant, and keen to talk shop so some of your enthusiasm must have rubbed off, which is good to know

It was all very enjoyable, I have been to a few “office openings” in the past, none of which particularly stand out but I’m sure I won’t forget yours in a hurry

More than anything I enjoyed your company and hospitality and look forward to working together on projects in the future and encouraging our respective staff to do the same

It was an enjoyable evening and nice to put some faces to some names

The Ecology Workshop I recently attended was extremely useful and helped to dispel some of the fears normally associated with ecology.

The site-specific workshops were helpful and enjoyable to participate in.  I would definitely attend another LG organised event.

News

Countryside Stewardship Higher Tier is open

Countryside Stewardship Higher Tier 2017 will be open for applications from today, Friday 10 March 2017, until 5 May 2017 when initial applications must be submitted. This includes support for managing existing woodland through Woodland Improvement Grant at a rate of...

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A day in the working life of Justin Mumford

On 10th January 2017 Carolyne Locher, writer for the Forestry Journal, accompanied our Managing Director, Justin Mumford, on a typical working day for a Forester.  The article was published and included in the Forestry Journal, March 2017 edition (p19). "Ice-covered...

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Calling all Graduate Landscape Architects

We are looking for a friendly and enthusiastic Graduate Landscape Architect to join our expanding Chipping Norton office. Competitive package offered and the chance to join our Graduate Training Programme, which seeks to develop knowledge and experience by working...

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LG Sponsors ICF International Conference

We are delighted to be sponsoring the Delegate Bags for the Institute of Chartered Foresters international conference 'Trees, People and the Built Environment III'.  Once again it promised to be an excellent event and we look forward to meeting delegates and...

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Win a Collins Wild Flower Guide and some Easter Chocolate

SO, who would like to win a shiny new Collins Wild Flower Guide (rrp £24.99) and some Easter Chocolate!? We have craftily replaced one of the images on our website with the Daffodil image below. You need to find which page it's on!! When you do please email the link...

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Countryside Stewardship Hedgerows and Boundaries Grant 2017

On 1st February the Countryside Stewardship Hedgerow and Boundaries Capital Grant opened for applications. The grant offers up to £5,000 with a minimum of £1,000, for farmers who want to restore boundary features such as hedges and stone walls, to protect their local...

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LG supports the protection of the red squirrel

Justin Mumford, Managing Director, was pleased to attend a reception at Clarence House on Monday 20th February to support the work of the Red Squirrel Survival Trust. The Trust is a national charity established to ensure the conservation and protection of the red...

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A Year with a Forestry Consultancy in the Lowlands

Article prepared by James Broom, former Lockhart Garratt placement student, for the Royal Forestry Society, Quarterly Forestry Journal, January 2017 Vol 111 No. 1 Forestry student James Broom reflects on his industry placement experiences and career development Over...

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Tree Protection & Development – an alternative approach

How many times, after all the effort and collaboration that has been put into detailing the management and protection of trees on a development site, has the implementation been jeopardised by a breakdown of communication?  The route through planning has been...

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Latest update on GCN licensing reform from Natural England

The protection protocols for Great Crested Newts are changing, with some real potential benefits for all sides. At Lockhart Garratt we are keen to keep discussions moving forward and we will be running further ecology workshops later in the summer to keep our clients...

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