Raising Our Game
Raising Our Game is the report generated by a Game Conservation Survey undertaken between 2005-2007, and the final report released in 2011. The Game Conservation Survey was born out of the need to gain greater understanding of all aspects of game management within the National Landscape combined with the advent of the Sustainable Development Fund (SDF).
The Chase, The Hart and The Park
An exploration of the historic landscapes of the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs National Landscape
Edited by Katherine Barker and based on papers given at a one-day seminar held in Sixpenny Handley in November 2006 (PDF, 2Mb)
With contributions by: Katherine Barker, Gordon Le Pard, Caroline Cheeseman, Martin Green, John Gale and Dorothy Ireland.
Climate Change Seminar 2010
Documentation from the Climate Change Seminar
Landscape Character Assessment
Assessment which moves beyond the level of detail provided by the 1995 National Landscape assessment. This document presents a fully integrated view of the landscape incorporating all the features and attributes that contribute to the special and distinctive character of the National Landscape
Please note, this is a low resolution version – for further information see the Landscape Character Assessment page
Planning and Landscapes Booklet
This booklet is an abbreviated, easy to read, version of the Integrated Landscape Character Assessment 2003. It was prepared for the 2006 Planning seminar and summarises the key landscape characteristics of the 8 Landscape Types and 15 Landscape Areas, focussing particularly on the character of the settlements.
Historic Landscape Characterisation
Exploring the history and archaeology of the fascinating landscape of the National Landscape. It also provides an introduction to historic landscape characterisation and explores how the National Landscape is conserving and enhancing this special heritage through Historic Environment Action Plans.
For more information visit the National Landscape Historic Landscapes Website
This study explores the inate fragility and robustness of the landscapes of this National Landscape.
In 2006 the CPRE (Campaign for the Protection of Rural England) published a new tranquillity map of England. In order to help direct efforts towards sustaining tranquillity – a key attribute of this National Landscape identified by many of you who contributed to the Management Plan – we obtained the original data and carried out further investigative work to apply it to the National Landscape.
B3081 Landscape Character Appraisal
The following study provides an appraisal of the historic and archaeological characteristics of the B3081: