JOHN  RICHARDS  LANDSCAPE  ARCHITECTS
 

LANDSCAPE  ASSESSMENT  PROJECTS  AND  STUDY  PROJECTS

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Landscape Character Assessments of Scotland's Environmentally Sensitive Areas
A series of ten illustrated reports which describe the landscape character of each of Scotland's ten Environmentally Sensitive Areas,
followed by an assessment of potential change and long term monitoring recommendations.

Client:
Scottish Office Agricultural and Fisheries Department and SNH.   MORE
 
Western Isles Landscape Character Assessment

Published, fully illustrated report, which provides an illustrated description and analysis of the landscape character of the Western Isles,
followed by an examination of the nature of change and guidance on how change may be sensitively accommodated.

Client/Publisher:
SNH Publications.. (A4 format,130 pages, fully illustrated)   MORE

 
Inverness District Landscape Character Assessment
Published, fully illustrated report, which provides an illustrated description and analysis of the landscape character of Inverness District, followed by an examination of the nature of change and guidance on how future change may be sensitively accommodated.
Client/Publisher: SNH Publications (A4 format,184 pages, fully illustrated)   MORE
 
Isle of Rum Development Guide

A long term development guide for the Isle of Rum, outlining proposals for development of the island as a centre for environmental
research, education and green tourism, including proposals for the creation of workshops, workers housing and community facilities.  In
association with Simpson and Brown Architects and Robinson Associates Planning Consultants.
Client:
Scottish Natural Heritage and Rum Community Association.

 
Broughton Road Study

Urban and landscape study of Broughton Road Edinburgh which provides a masterplan to revitalise the area with environmental
improvements. The project has been designated as a European Union 'Demos' Project.
Client:
Broughton and Pilrig Community Council.   MORE

 

                   

 
  John Richards Landscape Architects, 2009