PEAK SURVEYING SERVICES

Visual Impact

The superimposition of any form of above ground development will have an effect upon the character of the existing landscape and result in a visual impact for someone somewhere. This change can be accurately defined by performing a Visual Impact Assessment. Using sophisticated computing software we are able to interrogate models and produce degree of impact [DOI] reports comprising line of site sections and tonal maps generated on either aerial photograph or Ordnance Survey backdrops. The technique has found great application in the impact assessment of proposed construction developments in a wide variety of environments from rural to urban.
 

Building Extension Visual Impact Assessment

Visual impact assessment carried out to demonstrate the possible scenarios with relation to increasing the height of a large building by 5m and 10m.

The coloured areas show where the current building is visible from and also the two proposed scenarios.

Football Stadium Expansion Assessment

Visual impact assessment carried out for Liverpool Football Club for a proposed expansion to one of the stands on their current stadium.

The coloured areas show where the current building is visible from and also the proposed scenario.

Various blocks of buildings, shown in blue,  within the city of Liverpool were modelled to give an indication of the screening around the stadium.