New guidance on land sensitivity assessment from Natural England

publication coverNew guidance from Natural England has been published on how to create a landscape sensitivity assessment to inform decisions on the planning and management of land use change which influence spatial planning.

GOV.UK writes:

A landscape sensitivity assessment (LSA) helps planners, landscape architects, developers, community groups and others understand the likely effects of different development scenarios on landscape. An LSA uses evidence, such as landscape character, to show how resilient a landscape might be to change. It can inform a plan, policy, or strategy for land use change on development, such as the location of new renewable energy or housing.

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Download the document An approach to landscape sensitivity assessment

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