LandARC was established by Elizabeth Staveley CMLI who is a Chartered Land Architect with over twenty years of professional service to developers and private land owners. 

Expertise covers large scale settlement plans, urban/coastal regeneration, historic landscape restoration, resort development, country estate conservation and management, leisure related developments, education focussed projects, large-scale infrastructure developments, tourism studies, public consultation and bespoke private gardens.

From analysis to concept through to detailed design, LandARC's work is informed by UK professional standards and international experience.

With a specialism in land analysis and characterisation to unlock the potential of a site, LandARC creates sustainable places, rooted in their environmental, social and climatic context.

Elizabeth's portfolio includes  the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, working alongside the HRH Prince of Wales and his advisors, parkland restoration for the Louis Vuitton Estate, the regeneration of Dover, the regeneration of Queenborough and Rushenden including a new Marina, the creation of a new country estate working with Quinlan Terry, the completion of an Abercrombie Garden Village in Kent, the ongoing restoration of a village for residents with a disability in Hampshire and the creation of a new luxury golf resort in Scotland. LandARC is currently involved in roof gardens in London, eco-tourism and wildlife projects in the UK, Nepal and Croatia.