Management plans

We are experienced in the preparation of Management Plans for a variety of private, public, commercial, heritage and rural landscapes to HLF, Green Flag and CABE Space standards and guidance

Milton Creek Gateway landscape management plan


Management plan for the Milton Creek Gateway landscape scheme, funded as part of the Thames Gateway Parklands.
The creation of Church Marshes Country Park on former landfill lies at the heart of the scheme. The plan sets out prescriptions for a range of newly created habitats and recreational facilities, together with protected species management.

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National Trust North Downs Property Management Plans

Preparation of Property Management Plans to standard National Trust format, for all countryside properties in Surrey, East and West Sussex. These include high profile protected landscapes such as Box Hill, Leith Hill, Ditchling Beacon, The Devil's Dyke and Birling Gap, as well as agricultural estates and important local sites including commonland. The plans set out Statements of Significance, SWOT analysis, management objectives and risk assessment for a proposed three year management strategy.

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Reigate Heath Site of Special Scientific Interest


Preparation of a management plan for Reigate Heath, a lowland heath SSSI, LNR and well used local recreational resource. The plan incorporates detailed habitat, soil, historical, archaeological and land use surveys, with prescriptions for future management. The needs of different user groups and the potential conflicts in relation to the conservation and enhancement of the nature conservation value of the site are addressed. LMS have been retained to prepare subsequent five and ten year updates to the plan, the first of which has recently been through the initial review and consultation process.

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Roof Gardens, Kensington High Street


A Landscape Management and Maintenance Plan (MMP) for the roof garden at the former Derry and Toms Department Store, commissioned when the replacement of many of the original trees and shrubs was required following repairs to the roof.
The gardens were constructed between 1936 and 1938 to a design by Ralph Hancock, and are considered to be a unique example of a roof garden of the period, and of national and international historic significance. They comprise three gardens; the Spanish, Tudor and English Woodland or Water Garden, built around a central building, and are listed Grade II on the English Heritage Parks and Gardens Register.

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Other projects

  • Jubilee River Landscape Management Strategy - management and maintenance of watercourse, wetland and riparian habitat, woodland, wildflower and hedgerow planting.
  • Heritage Management Plans: preparation of a range of plans in association with Heritage Lottery funded projects
  • Landscape Strategies and Business Plans: projects for community led groups, including a strategy for the purchase, design and management of surplus land associated with the Channel Tunnel rail link for the Heaths Countryside Corridor