Landscape Plans for Planning Permission
Many local authorities and county councils now require separate landscape plans for planning permission as part of submission for commercial and residential planning applications. A landscape plan in planning terms is used to demonstrate how the visual impact of the development on the surrounding landscape can be minimised.
It is quite common for local authorities to impose certain planning conditions on sites such as landscape screening and the use of native trees or hedging. As a professional landscape architecture and garden design practice we can assist you in successfully submitting such landscape plans and associated details to you local authority in a cost effective manner.
In order for us to prepare a landscape plan for planning permission we would ask you to send us some information via email as follows;
- A copy of any relevant correspondence from the county council regarding your landscape plan
- A scale drawing of your site (from your architect) showing the proposed house position/outline along with the site boundaries and all proposed site services and infrastructure.
- Photographs of the site including the existing boundaries and some views of the surrounding landscape.
The finished landscape plan can be sent to you by post or email as your require. A site visit can be arranged if required.
Some Samples of Residential Landscape Plans for Planning Permission
Outline Planting Plan for Planning Application Purposes as requested by Cork City Council
Tree Retention/Removal Drawing for Planning Application Purposes as part of a Further Information request for a project in Cork City
Feel free to contact Katharina about your project by email to: email@example.com or by phone on 087 3179968.
We also work closely with Irish nurseries and can offer great packages when it comes to trees and plants.
Contact Mike by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 086 1451472 if you would like more information.