Firm’s 50th anniversary year boosted by strong results showing
Independent planning, landscape design and ecology consultancy LUC is hosting a discussion evening on ‘Putting the green into infrastructure’, on Wednesday 21 September, as part of its ongoing series of free events to celebrate its 50th anniversary year,
The event will be held at LUC’s offices, 43 Charlton Street, London NW1 from 6-9pm. Speakers include representatives from the Town and Country Planning Association, HS2, and Natural England.
LUC was founded in 1966 by Max Nicholson, eminent environmentalist and former director general of the Nature Conservancy. Announcing its most recent financial results at the end of July, LUC reported a 6.2% growth and four-fold increase in pre-tax profit for 2015.
Jeremy Owen, chair of LUC, said: ‘As we celebrate 50 years in business, we are proud of what we have achieved and the opportunities we’ve had to work on significant schemes that make a real difference to the communities they serve, such as the Eden Project and all eight Royal Parks. The breadth and depth of this experience means we are well placed to help our clients navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.’
To reserve a free place for ‘Putting the green into infrastructure’, email firstname.lastname@example.org by 19 August. Two more LUC50 anniversary events will take place later in the year. More details here