Conservation management plans help us to understand the value and significance of a place and its components and to define appropriate management strategies to ensure its preservation and renewal in perpetuity.

These plans are an important tool for anyone who is responsible for the care of a complex historic property. Through a process of survey and recording of the existing fabric, analysis of its significance, vulnerabilities and potential, a strategy for future care and presentation is drawn together.

Applications for grant assistance towards the conservation and restoration of historic landscapes from organisations such as English Heritage or Natural England may require the submission of a conservation management plan. The preparation of such plans can also be grant-aided.
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Environmental Design 
Corfe Castle Conservation Management Plan
Client: The National Trust 
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Dyrham Park Landscape Conservation Management Plan
Client: The National Trust
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Stoke Park, Bristol: Feasibility Study
Client: Bristol City Council
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Berkeley Castle Landscape Conservation Management Plan
Client: Berkeley Castle Charitable Trust
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