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  • The Light Fantastic

    Using Lidar to Survey Archaeological sites

    Series: Guidance

  • Shopping Parades

    This document gives an overview of the building type from the mid-nineteenth century through to the inter-war years.

    Series: Guidance

  • Luminescence Dating

    Guidelines in the use of luminescence dating for providing chronological frameworks. They provide practical advice on using luminescence dating methods in archaeology.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - Understanding Historic Park Designs

    Understanding the historical development of a site, its features and characteristics, will help shape golf course designs or modification of existing courses.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes

    Position statement on golf in historic parks and landscapes includes criteria for assessment of proposals, design and management principles, guidelines for design and management, and advice on full planning applications.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Reference and Contacts

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Reference and Contacts

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - Trends and Impacts

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. Trends and Impacts.

    Series: Guidance

  • Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes - the Planning System and Related Guidance

    Golf in Historic Parks and Landscapes. The Planning System and Related Guidance.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: East Midlands

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed. These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes. Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: East of England

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed.These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes.Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: A guide to the management of London's streets

    A guide to the management of London’s streets, for all those responsible in any way for their appearance, and to show all users how the streets they use could be.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: North East

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed. These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes. Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: North West

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed. These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes. Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: South East

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed.These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes.Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: South West

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed.These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes.Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: West Midlands

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed. These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes. Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All: Yorkshire & Humber

    This manual offers guidance on the way in which our streets and public open spaces are managed. These spaces, sometimes known as the 'public realm', range from city squares to country lanes. Their appearance is often the product of several different agencies each with its own priorities. A co-ordinated approach can help provide an environment that is safe, enjoyable and appropriate to its surroundings.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All : 2 Parking restrictions without yellow lines

    Historic areas are sensitive to the colour and amount of visual street clutter which can reduce the quality of its character.Yellow lines form part of this visual clutter and can detract from the built form, especially in small, narrow streets.The removal of such lines is a goal for conservation areas, but when seen to be essential they should be marked as 50mm wide and primrose or cream in colour.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All : 3 Guardrails and crossings

    Pedestrian guardrails have been used extensively since the 1940s, as part of the ongoing attempt to reduce conflict between pedestrians and vehicles in town centres. It has been especially favoured on the approaches to pedestrian crossings, and on signal controlled junctions where the pedestrian desire line was different to the safe controlled route.

    Series: Guidance

  • Streets for All : 4 Historic Surfaces

    Historic surfaces form an essential part of these areas and are an asset which needs careful consideration to help safeguard them.These materials form the foreground to our buildings and add considerable value to the appearance of the built form.

    Series: Guidance

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