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England Woodland Creation Offer

Following the recent announcement in our May newsletter around the launch of the new England Woodland Creation Offer, this was finally opened on the 9th June 2021. In our April newsletter we provided some thoughts on the wider context for woodland creation in our...
Welcome to the team Will

Welcome to the team Will

We are delighted to introduce you to our new Forestry Consultant, Will Wood. Will joins our forestry team in our Oxfordshire office and brings a wealth of experience in forest management, plantation establishment, tree safety and contracts management. In his spare...

Time to Talk Day – 4th February 2021

It’s ‘Time to Talk Day today’ and more so than ever it is important that we keep talking and continue to support each other through these challenging times and beyond. As part of the Time to Change Campaign, a pledge that we officially signed up to...
An update from Lockhart Garratt – January 2021

An update from Lockhart Garratt – January 2021

We are delighted to present our latest newsletter, this month focusing on the release of our new Biodiversity Net Gain guidance note. Other features also included are: How carrying out winter ecology surveys can help all year round; An update on woodland creation and...
Biodiversity Net Gain: New Lockhart Garratt guidance now available

Biodiversity Net Gain: New Lockhart Garratt guidance now available

Within previous editions of our newsletters we have sought to keep you updated on the emerging position in relation to both Biodiversity Net Gain and the wider aspiration of Environmental Net Gain.  For those of you who missed our excellent Webinar on “Making sense of...
Assessing the impact of Covid-19 on residential landscape design

Assessing the impact of Covid-19 on residential landscape design

Richard Fox, Principal Landscape Architect and Head of Services for Lockhart Garratt’s Oxfordshire office looks at the impact of Covid-19 on residential landscape design. 2020 may be behind us, but with a new lockdown initiated there appears to be little respite from...

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