These standards have been produced to enable the Council to verify that photomontages submitted in support of planning applications and contained with Environmental Statements are accurate and clearly understood depictions of proposals so that the public and decision makers can make informed opinions and decisions. In order that the Council can verify submissions in accordance with the general principles of the Landscape Institute Advice Note 01/09, these standards contain very specific technical requirements and supported technical data.
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