22nd February 2024, Thursday

Planning Consent for Self-build Homes in the Isles of Scilly

TEP is delighted that the Council of Isles of Scilly (CIOS), has granted planning permission for 12 affordable, detached and …

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Putting Nature at the Heart of Development

TEP has assisted one of its housebuilder clients to obtain a Building with Nature Design Award for its residential development …

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Future of the High Street

Concern about the fortunes of the high street has been prevalent for a number of years with competition from out …

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Greenspace Technologies

How spatial technologies can inform greenspace management Many reports, including Public Health England’s recent Improving access to greenspace: A new …

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Safeguarding Our Landscapes

Following my colleague Charlotte’s article earlier this year regarding climate change and the role of the landscape profession, I have …

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Log Lounging Lizards

At a site near the Trent Valley in North Lincolnshire, where wind-blown sand deposits from the end of the last …

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Saints, Sacred Springs and Holy Wells

Human beings are obsessed with water.  It makes up over 60% of our bodies, we drink it, bathe in it, …

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The Living Dead

Trees and woodland are a cornerstone of the UK’s rural landscape, as well as playing an increasingly important role within …

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Sustainable and A-fjord-able Power

The North Sea Link is an interconnector between northeast England and Norway which will use the world’s longest subsea electricity …

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