Nine out of ten AJ100 practices rely on Landmark for digital mapping, property and environmental risk reports.
We are pleased to announce that 92% of the prestigious AJ100 - the annual league table of the largest architectural practices in the UK - have been working with Landmark during the last three years to source property due diligence reporting or digital mapping tools for use in feasibility studies, planning applications or to analyse the suitability of a site for development purposes.
The AJ100 remains the authoritative survey of the UK's largest architecture practices - based on the number of qualified ARB-registered architects employed. Almost 26,000 people work in the organisations included in the league table, and as such, it provides a wealth of information that architectural practices of all sizes can benchmark themselves against, including the AJ100 salary guide and an average fee scale.
Carole Ankers, Product Development Director, Landmark Information Group said, "The AJ100 is considered the 'who's who' in the UK's architectural industry and is a great way for firms of all sizes to analyse trends in the sector. When reviewing the latest league table, we are very proud to see that of the 105 listed, 102 are registered customers of Landmark, of which 97 have been working with us on a regular basis to access the wide range of digital mapping and environmental risk data for site surveys, feasibility studies and planning applications; this includes nineteen of the top twenty."
Working closely with data providers including Ordnance Survey, the Environment Agency, the Coal Authority and the British Geological Survey enables Landmark to offer current and historical environmental risk management information and desktop mapping solutions to architects, surveyors, developers and the wider property industry. This includes Landmark's Promap, which delivers access to digital OS maps, 3D models, height data, aerial photography and geo-data, including environmental, planning and geological reports to identify potential site issues.
The AJ100 analysis is authored by Professor Bruce Tether, professor of innovation management and strategy at Manchester Business School.
For further information visit www.landmark.co.uk and to find out more about the AJ100, visit http://www.architectsjournal.co.uk/home/aj100-2013/.