Healthy Plants, Healthy Places: Embedding biosecurity in landscape projects
14 Jun 2019
4. Landscape character assessment: informing planning, design, and management
Our landscapes change over time. Landscape character assessment helps us describe and understand the ‘baseline’, allowing us to inform and manage that change. Landscape character assessment often informs planning policies and land use – but it can inform land management too.
Discover how your work can shape strategies, guidelines and action to enhance landscape character and improve ecosystems.
Christine Tudor leads on Landscape Character and Impact Assessment for Natural England. Her work spans strategic transport planning, rural-urban fringe research, green infrastructure, townscape characterisation and more.
In 2014, she wrote “An Approach to Landscape Character Assessment”, which became the official guidance for England. Christine also sits on the Landscape Institute’s Technical Committee and is part of the LI Public Sector Working Group, which aims to raise the profile of the public sector.
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