The aim of Landscape Mitigation is to reduce the negative impact of any particular development project.
Good planning and design are vital to reduce the impact of any project and ensure protection and sustainability of the surrounding natural habitat. This helps to ensure that, wherever possible, existing wildlife is incorporated into the scheme and are protected.
There is a direct relationship between ecological impact and the development of landscapes, as the two are connected and is vital when establishing the objectives of a new project.
Good landscape mitigation can create a large bio-diversity spectrum which is desirable to wildlife.
Wildlife conservation can easily be incorporated into the management plan of any development project to avoid any potential legal complication at a later date. HEC strongly advises that wildlife preservation is actively considered and fully researched, as part of the initial management plan.
The overall aim is to increase the variety of wildlife present within the natural area, giving huge scope for positive planting.
By implementing a landscape management plan natural habitats can be easily created giving the clients and wildlife the ideal space which both can enjoy.