Illustrated guide to managing historic environment features (TIN086)

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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.

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TIN086 edition 1, PDF, 1.0 MB 2011/10/14