The Landscape Visual Impact Assessment was commissioned independently from a highly experienced consultancy.
What does VIA stand for?
VIA stands for Visual Impact Assessment (environmental studies)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 128 other meanings of VIA in our Acronym Attic
- Video Industry Association
- Videotex Industry Association
- Vienna International Airport
- Viewable Image Area
- Virtual Infrastructure Access
- Virtual Interface Architecture
- Virus Inactivating Agent
- Virus Information Alliance
- Vision Into Action
- Visual Immunoassay
- Visual Information Access
- Visual Inspection with Acetic Acid (cancer screening)
- Visualization and Image Analysis
- Vlaanderen in Actie (Dutch: Flanders in Action)
- Voice Infrastructure and Applications (Cisco)
- Voice Internet-Age Architecture (Pingtel)
- Voice over IP Interoperability Alliance
- Volontariat International en Administration (French: Voluntary International Terminal)
- Volunteers in Action
- Anti-Virus Infection Associated Antigen
Samples in periodicals archive:
23 October, The Rhodes Centre, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire The Landscape Institute East of England Branch and LiZLaKe, Chartered Landscape Architects and Urban Designers, are jointly organising a training day for Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (LVIA).
Now Mr Mole is facing a bill of pounds 15,000, having been asked to carry out an archaeological dig, a landscape and visual impact assessment and appoint a planning expert at his own expense.
It should be noted that the developer was keen to involve AONB officers in pre-application discussions and that a detailed ecological survey and visual impact assessment has been submitted.
This was surprising when the report to committee included strong criticism of NPower Renew-ables' visual impact assessment which it described as "underplayed", adding: "There are very few areas of North West England that benefit from such spectacular views as those from West Wirral.
Saunders says he has carried out a host of environmental, wildlife and visual impact assessments.
A council spokesperson said: "As part of the appraisal of the wind turbine application, we requested from the applicant further information, in particular additional ecological survey work and landscape and visual impact assessments.
But since then I have had a good look at it, spoken to planning consultants, had a team working on the case, and have had a visual impact assessment carried out which says that the effect is negligible.