3 edition of Cairngorms landscape assessment found in the catalog.
Cairngorms landscape assessment
Turnbull Jeffrey Partnership.
|Statement||Turnbull Jeffrey Partnership.|
|Series||Scottish Natural Heritage review -- no. 75 [sic]|
|Contributions||Scottish Natural Heritage.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 ,  p (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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This landscape character assessment was commissioned by the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA), in partnership with the British Geological Survey, in June It wasFile Size: 6MB. Publication - SNH Review 75 - Cairngorms landscape character assessment pdf, MB Share. You may also be interested in.
Information library. Holds our most recent publications, commissioned or research reports, policy and guidance documents, and other resources. 20 Jan, Cairngorms Landscape Toolkit The landscape toolkit is a resource to help developers and professionals as well as anyone with a keen interest in learning more about Cairngorms landscapes.
The landscapes of the National Park are important and development should fit with and enhance the landscape. Cairngorms: a landscape fashioned by geology (SNH/BGS) [Book] Price £ (no VAT) One of a series of booklets on classical areas of scenery and geology in Scotland.
Produced by BGS and Scottish Natural Heritage to appeal to non-geologists, students and visitors to Scotland. Cairngorms Landscape Toolkit Guidance for Landscape Change The sensitivity maps provide an indicator of areas in the Park where landscape character is more or less sensitive to a particular change and should be used as such.
The Cairngorms is equally a glacially-shaped terrain that exhibits splendid corries, over-deepened valleys and roches moutonnées.
The mountains provide a world-class example of a landscape of selective linear glacial erosion. Here glacial erosion has been concentrated in the glens whilst the adjacent plateau has been left largely untouched by. Find Out More About The Special Landscape Qualities. Our Landscape Areas section provides more information on the landscape of different parts of the National Park, be it mountains, straths or settlements.
Our Special Landscape Qualities section provides information on each of the special qualities of the Cairngorms National Park including moorlands, culture and sensory qualities.
Landscapes Cairngorms landscape assessment book Scenery. The Cairngorms National Park is hugely diverse; it is a living, working landscape from the wild high mountains, to the heather moorlands and peatlands, to the magnificent forests, the farms and crofts, and the wetlands and rivers which wind through the flood plains.
“The Cairngorms National Park: Voted one of the top 20 places to visit in the World “ By National Geographic Traveller Magazine. The Cairngorms National Park, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, has everything from castles and distilleries to family attractions and endless outdoor fun. The assessment has been informed by the “Cairngorms Landscape Toolkit” (CNPA, ) which is a resource to help developers assess the sensitivity of landscape character to development, and contains guidance, descriptions and maps of the characteristics and sensitivity of each of the SLQs.
The Cairngorms National Park is a haven for group visits. If you are a small or large group we would be delighted to help you make contact with the right business so as to make your trip memorable.
The area is ideal for walking, birdwatching, social or special interest. Appendix - Cairngorms National Park Special Landscape Qualities Assessment Page 1 1 Introduction This appendix provides an assessment of the effects of the Proposed S cheme upon the Special Landscape Qualities (SLQs) o f the Cairngorms National Park (CNP) and has informed the development of appropriate mitigation proposals during Landscape and Visual Impact.
The last major ice age to affect the Cairngorms peaked aro – 18, years ago and ended approximat years ago. During this time, the Cairngorms were entirely covered by an ice sheet. As Gordon et al. (), Watson () and Gimingham (), have discussed, the Cairngorms is an area of great landscape diversity and changing character.
Unless the variation is used to guide policy, it is likely that the nature of human/environment interactions in the landscape will not be fully by: Annex 3 – Development of Environmental Assessment in Scotland This sets out the history and background of the current assessment regimes in Scotland.
A There are seven appendices to the text. Each gives an assessment methodology for a distinct EIA discipline or study area. These function as standalone Size: KB. The Cairngorms has a long and remarkable geological history that has fashioned it into one of the most distinctive mountain landscapes in Britain.
Continental collisions millions of years ago began the Cairngorms’ formation. Significant diversity has characterised its history since then. Cairngorms fine art landscape prints Archival prints of the Cairngorms national park and surrounding areas.
I adore the Cairngorms, particularly in the late autumn, when the colours are a symphony of reds, yellows, and oranges. Cycling routes in Cairngorms National Park Boasting an impressive 64km of off-road cycle routes, the National Cycle Network allows you to enjoy a peaceful ride through nature at your own pace.
From mountain bike trails to on-the-road cycling routes, cycling in Scotland offers you an opportunity to embrace the sights, sounds and smells of this. The Cairngorms (Scottish Gaelic: Am Monadh Ruadh) are a mountain range in the eastern Highlands of Scotland closely associated with the mountain of the Cairn Cairngorms became part of Scotland's second national park (the Cairngorms National Park) on 1 September Although the Cairngorms give their name to, and are at the heart of, the Cairngorms National Park, they only form Coordinates: 57°05′N 3°40′W / °N.
This report describes the geological and geomorphological contribution by BGS to a landscape character assessment of the Cairngorms National Park commissioned by the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA). Turnbull Jeffery Partnership () Cairngorms landscape assessment SNH Review No.
75 Turnbull Jeffery Partnership () Moray and Nairn landscape assessment SNH Review No. Aberdeenshire Council Strategic Landscape Capacity As sessment for Wind Energy IronsideFarrar / Final Report March Aberdeenshire Council Strategic.The assessment has been informed by the “Cairngorms Landscape Toolkit” (CNPA, ), which is a resource to help developers assess the sensitivity of landscape character to development, and.Nan Shepherd was born near Aberdeen in and died there in Her first novel, The Quarry Wood, was published inand two more novels followed in the early s; all three are set in small communities in the north-east of y afterwards, came this collection of poetry, In the Cairngorms, which was published in a small edition by the Moray Press of/5.