How can the DLCA be used for urban edge studies?

Posted on by Lore Gubb

There is a need for urban fringe landscapes to accommodate a wide range of functions for society including development, recreation, agriculture, transport infrastructure and nature conservation. Although similar challenges exist in many urban fringe areas, there is a great diversity of Landscape Character Types near urban areas. Landscape Character Assessment captures the distinctive characteristics of these landscapes and promotes understanding of how they have developed.

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I work 3 days a week sending Electronic Communications to Schools and updating the Just For Schools website, and 2 days a week I am a support assistant for the Web and Digital Communications Team ,assisting with various content publishing and approving tasks related to the council website. View all posts by Lore Gubb → Bookmark the permalink.