During the past 22 years over 100 NVC surveys have been undertaken by Dr Theo Loizou in Britain. During this time over 200 square kilometres have been mapped and described in detail. The majority of all the known terrestrial NVC types occurring in Scotland have been described.
A list of some key sites surveyed on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage include:
Aldons Hill SSSI
Drumochter Hills SSSI
Endrick Mouth SSSI
Forest of Alyth Mires SSSI
Glen Feshie SAC
Glen Lui SAC
Insh Marshes SSSI
Kinveachy Forest SSSI
Knockdaw Hill SSSI
Littleton Hill to Balhamie Hill SSSI
Montrose Basin SSSI
North Roe SSSI
Pinbain Burn to Cairn Hill SSSI
Whiting Ness to Ethie Haven SSSI
Yell Peatland SSSI
In 2005-2006, 22 Wildlife Sites were surveyed on behalf of the Scottish Wildlife Trust from Corsehillmuir Wood in Ayrshire to Spey Bay in Moray.
NVC Surveys have also been undertaken for the National Trust for Scotland and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
In 2012, over 50 saltmarsh sites were surveyed with Mr Robin Payne in the Western Isles, Orkney and Shetland on behalf of Nature Bureau. They included:
Baleshire to Kirkibost SSSI
Waulkmill Bay SSSI
A detailed survey of the Rousay SSSI was undertaken for SNH on behalf of John Crossley in 2012. For this site, 57 distinct vegetation types were described and mapped.