Illustrated guide to managing historic environment features (TIN086)
The historic environment is an important and non-renewable resource. It allows us to understand the cultural landscape in which we live, work and play and gives a ‘sense of place’ and local distinctiveness to our landscapes. This guide concerns historic environment features on farmed land, in grassland, arable and moorland locations.
This record was published on 12 November 2010.
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|TIN086 edition 1||1.0 MB||14 October 2011|