1 edition of Cotswolds AONB management strategy found in the catalog.
Cotswolds AONB management strategy
by Joint Advisory Committee for the Cotswold Area of OutstandingNatural Beauty in [s.l.]
Written in English
|Contributions||Gloucestershire County Council. County Planning Department., Joint Advisory Committee for the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.|
The Cotswolds were designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in , with an expansion on 21 December to 1, square kilometres ( sq mi). In , all AONBs were measured again using modern methods, and the official area of the Cotswolds AONB was increased to 2, square kilometres ( sq mi). Cotswolds Conservation Board | followers on LinkedIn | Working to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty | The Cotswolds was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in in recognition of its rich, diverse and high quality landscape. It is the largest of 38 AONBs in England and Wales, and one of largest .
With square miles covering England’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), you will definitely need a map to plan your itinerary as well. Location of Cotswold Affectionately known as the Heart of England, the Cotswolds is located in west-central England encompassing the 6 counties of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
Despite the charms of the Cotswolds — the largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England (AONB) — it is not immune from the downturn in London’s property market. Cotswolds AONB increases in size to sq miles (2, sq km). The Cotswolds Conservation Board evolves from the Cotswolds AONB Partnership to manage the AONB.
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Download the Summary Table of the Cotswolds AONB Management Plan The Management Plan sets out the vision, outcomes, ambitions and policies to guide the management of the AONB for the period The Cotswold Landscape Character Assessment has identified 19 different landscape character types in the Cotswolds AONB.
Using this assessment, Landscape Strategies and Guidelines have been produced for each of the 19 landscape character types. This information is used by local planners and decision makers to make informed decisions about the suitability of proposed development or change.
Management Plan, Position Statements & Strategies The voice of the Cotswolds As part of its commitment to conserving and enhancing the Cotswolds AONB, the Cotswolds Conservation Board develops positions on key issues and strategies affecting the AONB.
Developing these positions is an action within the AONB Management Plan. Cotswolds AONB Management Plan 2 Foreword from Chairman, Niel Curwen The Cotswolds is one of the country’s best known and most loved landscapes.
Covering almost square miles, it is also the largest AONB. The Cotswolds Conservation Board has two statutory purposes: • to conserve and enhance the natural beauty of the Cotswolds AONB. The Cotswolds Conservation Board has a vital role in the management of the Cotswolds and describes its contribution as ‘developing and managing sustainable tourism in the AONB’.
It has published the Cotswolds Sustainable Tourism Strategy which recognises the importanceFile Size: KB. The Cotswolds, the walking and exploring capital of England.
A protected landscape and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Discover the Cotswold Way. The Cotswolds Conservation Board has a vital role in the management of the Cotswolds and describes its contribution as ‘developing and managing sustainable tourism in the AONB’. It has published the Cotswolds Sustainable Tourism Strategy which recognises the importance.
The Cotswolds Conservation Board is an independent statutory body that works to conserve and enhance the natural beauty. of the Cotswolds AONB, to increase understanding and enjoyment of its special qualities, and to foster the social and economic well-being of local communities.
landscape protection that AONB policy normally provides, where there is a limited availability of alternative sites outside the AONB in the same authority) is proving problematic for AONBs.
Image below: A narrow path wends its way between gorse and flowering heather amongst the grasses on the windswept summit of Hardown Hill. The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Management Plan has two closely interrelated functions.
Firstly, it sets out the Cotswolds Conservation Board’s (“the Board”) policies for the management of the Cotswolds AONB and. • The Cotswolds AONB Management Strategy ( ) • Cotswold Conservation Board Position Statements, in particular ‘Development in the Sett ing of the Cotswolds AONB’ (as amended in June ) and Tranquility and Dark Skies (with Appendices) ().
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Cotswolds AONB The Cotswold Hills rise gently west from the broad, green meadows of the upper Thames to crest in a dramatic escarpment above the Severn valley and Evesham Vale. Rural England at its most mellow, the landscape draws a unique warmth and richness from the. It lies partly within the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (Cotswold AONB) conservation outcomes by adopting the ‘more, bigger, better, joined’ philosophy with regard to habitat creation and management, and by influencing, connecting and enabling communities to act.
Our strategy to features our four key strategies. Please note that the information is collated in local government areas, rather than as the Cotswolds as a whole, and also that (because of the unavoidable time lag in collating and collecting the national and regional data that informs the assessments) they always appear out of date (i.e.
the report appeared late in the autumn of ). The North Pennines AONB has 40% of all the UK’s species rich upland hay meadows. Through Haytime and Nectarworks, upland hay meadows have been surveyed, leading to almost management agreements with farmers and almost hectares of habitat restoration.
The National Park proposal is one of four ambitions in the Cotswolds AONB Management Planwhich the CCB wants each local authority in the AONB to formally endorse by February 1.
Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Ecosystems services are still presented in the final Cotswolds AONB Management Plan for as one of five multiple benefits for society delivered by good management and conservation of the outstanding landscape.
Strategic Environmental Assessment and Environmental Impact. impact of development and land management proposals outside the Chilterns AONB on the natural beauty and special qualities of the AONB is made clear in all Core Strategies and Local Plan documents and in policies in other relevant documents.
The Board. They provide leadership and strategic input, at a non-executive level, to the Board which works to ensure the delivery of benefits to the nation and local communities. The overall role of Secretary of State Members is to contribute to the leadership, scrutiny and direction of the Cotswolds Conservation Board and further the statutory purposes of the AONB.Enhancing the Cotswold landscape The Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is the largest of 34 AONBs in England, spanning parts of 15 local authorities and over 3, land holdings.
It is a dynamic rural landscape but its size and complexity risks a fragmented approach to its future management and threatens the.26/07/ - Cotswolds AONB Management Plan - Endorsement; Agenda items. 25/07/ - Delegated Decisions by Cabinet Member for Environment (including Transport) Cotswolds AONB Management Plan - Endorsement 25/07/