Conservation Management Plans

Conservation Management Plans are the bedrock of informed conservation for designed and historic landscapes. Perhaps more than any other aspect of heritage, designed historic landscapes survive or are lost on the management provided. As well as providing an essential management tool and a comprehensive assessment of a site’s significance, Conservation Management Plans can also:

  • provide the context and rationale for planning applications, including enabling development
  • assess the impacts of new development
  • reveal the history of a site to guide interpretation
  • support a Heritage Lottery Fund application
  • support an application for Inheritance Tax exemption
  • inform a Countryside Stewardship agreement
  • provide specialist management and maintenance advice

Project Examples

Trelowarren, Cornwall
Tortworth Park, Gloucestershire 
Chartwell, Kent
Stoke Park, Bristol 


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