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"Cities have the capability of providing
something for everybody, only because and
only when, they are created by everybody.”
Jane Jacobs – The Life & Death of Great American Cities
Planning is often a contentious and complex process, especially on greenfield sites. That’s why Landform’s team of experienced specialists work closely with local people as it is in everyone’s interest that the community works together on new projects.

We bring our experts to the village, town or city where projects are being proposed so that neighbours can discuss the plans at a series of hands-on planning days and the final proposals take these views into account. This breaks down barriers and generates a common sense of ownership and always results in a wider range of community benefits being delivered. In this way value is increased for everyone, not just the developers.
Landform listened carefully and treated us fairly in the consultation process. They put a great deal of effort into delivering the school a package of benefits.
Peter Nicholls, Chair of Governors, Mulbarton School
Elvina Crasto of John Thompson & Partners leads a hands-on planning session.
“We found that communities need to be actively engaged, and made aware of opportunities to have their say.” The Prince’s Foundation
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