Guidelines for Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
Spon Press, 2002 - Architecture - 166 pages
This new edition of these good practice guidelines provides advice on assessing the landscape and the visual impacts of development projects. Issues covered by the guidelines include: integration of landscape and visual issues into the development process; the need for a transparent approach to landscape and visual impact assessment; describing the baseline conditions; determining the magnitude and significance of impacts; reviewing the landscape and visual components of an Environmental Impact Statement.
The guidelines will enable developers and decision makers to be aware of the issues to be addressed by this type of assessment, as well as providing environmental consultants with a framework for good practice.
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