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Tranquillity Map: West Midlands

A map showing the range of tranquillity in the West Midlands.

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Tranquillity Map: West Midlands (metropolitan authorities)

A map showing the range of tranquillity in West Midlands (metropolitan authorities) based on 1991 county boundaries.

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Tranquillity Map: West Sussex

A map showing the range of tranquillity in West Sussex based on 1991 county boundaries.

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Tranquillity Map: West Yorkshire

A map showing the range of tranquillity in West Yorkshire based on 1991 county boundaries.

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Tranquillity Map: Wiltshire

A map showing the range of tranquillity in Wiltshire based on 1991 county boundaries.

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Tranquillity Map: Yorkshire and the Humber

A map showing the range of tranquillity in Yorkshire and the Humber.

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Tranquillity Mapping: Developing a robust methodology for planning support

Technical Report on Research in England, January 2008 (revised)

Finding the qualities of places which generate tranquil feelings and protecting those locations and attributes is vital for a country pressured by development.

This report details the research into tranquillity mapping carried out during 2006 by Northumbria University, commissioned by CPRE. It builds on previous methodology led by individual feelings about tranquil places with a simpler quantitative consultation approach, giving a ‘national’ understanding of the concept of tranquillity.

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Unlocking the Landscape

Preparing a Community Landscape Character Statement
Unlocking the landscape is designed to put landscape character at the the heart of the local planning system. The comprehensive toolkit can help you prepare a Community Landscape Character Statement, a new process we have developed to give local communities a say in the future of their local countryside. Local knowledge and aspirations are a central part of this process, but recorded information must be compatible with the planning process. The pack includes guidance, a sample statement and a MAC/PC compatible CD-ROM.

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What's Special To You: Landscape Issues In Your Neighbourhood Plan

This guidance from CPRE contains advice to help community groups develop strong landscape policies in their Neighbourhood Plans, to influence future development decisions that would affect their local area. It will also be helpful for anyone who is interested in protecting what is special about their local landscape.

You will find examples of existing Neighbourhood Planning policies that could inspire your own, such as to conserve landscape character, hedgerows, designate local green space and protect dark skies. We want this guidance to help you put your landscape centre stage in decisions that will shape it in years to come.

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