Land App

The UK Habitat Classification System: How it works

The UK Habitat Classification system (also referred to as UKHab) is a coding system used for surveying and classifying habitats when conducting a habitat assessment. By assigning specific ecological features a primary habitat code, secondary code, and condition score, it enables ecosystems to be mapped with accuracy and detail.

What is Biodiversity Net Gain?

Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is a central policy for both development and conservation in England, introducing a new focus to the way we approach land development. This blog explores what BNG is: its key points, purpose, and why it matters to various stakeholders.

Woolley & Wallis: Planning and Development Made Easy with Land App

In this case study, Chris Cary, Senior Rural Surveyor at Woolley & Wallis details how his company has fully embraced Land App and explains how the mapping platform now acts as an integral tool to their planning and development department. Chris outlines that “we are heavily involved with rural planning, with instructions ranging from the positioning of Milk Vending Machines to the conversion of whole farmsteads into housing or commercial estates. Whatever the job, Land App proves invaluable for every application in some shape or form”.