LandVision Ltd is an independent land management company that works with farmers, industry organisations and local government bodies to manage agricultural land in a more sustainable, compliant and profitable way.
Since its inception in 2004, LandVision has been involved in an extensive range of primary industry projects throughout New Zealand.
Our work covers all aspects of resource management within the agricultural sector including Land Resource Inventory (LRI) and Landuse Capability (LUC) mapping, Whole Farm Plans, Effluent Management, farm and forestry, group facilitation and resource consents.
LandVision is entirely autonomous within the New Zealand agricultural industry and consequently offers impartial and confidential advice.
A LandVision Nutrient Management Plan is more than just a nutrient budget. It uses detailed land resource information, derived from farm mapping and takes into consideration the impacts of nutrient management on the farm system as a whole.
A Whole Farm Plan is a signifigantly more comprehensive document than a Nutrient Management Plan. It provides a detailed assessment of the physical resources from farm mapping and gives a strategic vision of optimising your production whilst farming the environment sustainably.
Dairy effluent is potentially a highly valuable resource with the ability to supply useful nutrients to the farm system. A LandVision E.M.P generates a strategic management plan to maximise the nutrient benefits while avoiding environmental contamination.
Having a thorough understanding of the natural attributes of your farm in particular soil characteristics, forms the basis of all environmental management decision. Mapping is a key service provided by LandVision and is undertaken by staff with a wealth of soil science experience.
Applying for a resource consent or understanding what requirements your local Council require for landuse related activities can be confusing. LandVision has a wealth of experience in all aspects of consent applications.
LandVision facilitates farm discussion groups on a wide range of land management issues. This includes the Beef and Lamb LEP’s.
LandVision uses an Electromagnetic Sensor to develop comprehensive soil resource maps for precision agriculture and irrigation scheduling.
LandVision can develop strategic Erosion Control Plans for landowners wishing to mitigate current erosion issues along with those who aim to prevent future erosion from occurring.
LandVision has experience in all aspects of forestry management through to assets management and compliance. We can provide landowners with many options for timber species, beautification, biodiversity, shade and shelter or land stabilisation.
LandVision is experienced in dune stabilisation projects throughout the lower North Island. We have expertise and experience in a range of coastal management systems that can be adapted and applied to individual situations.
LandVision has extensive experience working with Regional and District Councils throughout New Zealand. We are able to support, advise and interpret council policy and procedures on all farming and environmental related matters.
The Environment Court has returned its decision regarding the One Plan which subsequently has a significant affect on the way some landowners will manage their resources in the future.