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Go beyond guides

Learn more about your land with custom reports and consultation sessions from Life to Land.

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Later in 2024, Guide Members will be able to upgrade to a Premium Membership for a one-off fee. Your monthly cost will remain the same. The Premium Membership will include 3 individual reports:

Please note that these reports are securely viewed through the Life to Land portal, so access requires a monthly membership package. Non-payment of membership may result in loss of your data after a set period of time.

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Species Report

Discover the species near your land. Coming soon.

Working with open source data from the National Biodiversity Network Atlas, processed through custom datasets and analytics, we’re creating biodiversity reports which highlight the native species living near your land.

If you’re interested in improving the diversity and dispersal score of your land, then look no further. You’ll discover which native tree species are naturally found in your area. The bird and butterfly reports will help you understand what might arrive – you can then adapt your management to encourage these species. We’re currently expecting to produce the following reports:

Birds – common name, scientific name (+10km); butterflies – common name, scientific name (+10km); trees – native status, common name, scientific name (+10km)

Habitat Report

Discover the habitats on your land. Coming soon.

Working with data from an ecological survey, or your photos and satellite images, we’ll produce a one page habitat report. This automated page is integrated into Life to Land’s ecosystem, so that you can easily access all the information relevant to your land from one page.

The habitat report is based on the new UKHab 2.0 standard – the most sophisticated habitat categorisation system available in Britain. Habitat management advice is categorised at level 3 detail, while individual habitats and succession are broken down to level 4. We cover the following habitat codes:

g1a, g1b, g1c, g1d, g2a, g2b, g2c, g3a, g3b, g3c, g4, w1a, w1b, w1c, w1d, w1e, w1f, w1g, w1h, w2a, w2b, w2c, h1a, h1b, h1c, h2a, h2b, h3a, h3b, h3c, h3d, h3e, h3f, h3g, h3h, h3j, h3k, f1a, f1b, f2a, f2b, f2c, f2d, f2e, f2f, c1a, c1b, c1c, c1d, c1e, c1f, u1b, u1c, u1d, u1e, u1f, s1a, s1b, s1c, s1d, s2a, s3a, s3b, r1a, r1b, r1c, r1d, r1e, r1f, r1g, r2a, r2b

Map Analysis

Discover the history of your land. Coming soon.

Working with open source data from the National Library of Scotland’s archive (for the whole of the UK), we embed an antique British map in a custom report (see example below) on your Life to Land account.

The accompanying report is a habitat breakdown, that explains how your land’s past could better-inform its current and future management. Our guidance covers each of these 9 top level habitat categories (where present):

Grassland, woodland, scrub, wetland, farm, urban, rock, freshwater, and marine.