Consultancy is about being experts who are able to confidently give professional, trustworthy and valuable advice. We are well-known and respected in the UK heritage sector, and our international brand is growing. We know who to talk to and how to make the right connections to build partnerships and get results. Landward is informed and connected – in a sector that values knowledge – this puts us in the right place to provide the best consultancy advice for you.

What We Do For You

  • Professional cultural heritage sectors
  • Environmental economics and sustainable development
  • Working with internationally funded organisations
  • Enterprise and entrepreneurship
  • Ethics and governance
  • Environmental economics and sustainable development
  • The work of professional associations and civil society organisations
  • Employability
  • SME development

Featured Consultancy Projects

Federation of Archaeological Managers and Employers

FAME is the distinctive voice of archaeological employers and managers, and the only organisation solely devoted to representing their interests within the profession and the business world. Landward Research Ltd provides FAME with an embedded CEO (Kenneth Aitchison) and Deputy CEO (Doug Rocks-Macqueen), who manage the day to day activities of the trade association for commercial archaeology companies in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland, together with providing advocacy and strategic advice for the association.

Development-Led Archaeology in Scotland and Covid-19

Landward is delighted to be involved in the publication of the FAME / ALGAO  Development-led Archaeology in Scotland and Covid-19.

This publication has brought together contributors from across Scotland, involved in both the commercial and curatorial sides of development-led archaeology to show the sector’s resilience in the face of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Secrets of the High Woods – Heritage Assets in Forestry Management

Landward Research Ltd are delighted to have worked with the South Downs National Park Authority to produce Guidelines for the Stewardship of Heritage Assets in Forestry Management, as part of the Secrets of the High Woods programme.

Coralie Mills of Dendrochronicle and Gordon Brown of John Clegg & Co worked with Doug Rocks-Macqueen to write these guidelines, which Landward Research Ltd are very pleased to have published on behalf of SDNPA. Quonya Huff designed the publication, which showcases Landward’s expertise in working collaboratively at the interface between heritage and natural environment.