2 edition of ecological assessment of National Trust properties in Kent found in the catalog.
ecological assessment of National Trust properties in Kent
B. H. Green
First published as: Report No. 13, Studies in rural land use, British Ecological Society, 1977.
|Statement||by B.H. Green, I.R. Hepburn and A. I. Laing.|
|Series||Wye College Department of Environmental Studies and Countryside Planning; Occasional Papers No. 10, March, 1983|
|Contributions||Hepburn, I. R., Laing, A. I., Wye College. Department of Environmental Studies and Countryside Planning.|
The publication of Nature’s Trust:Environmental Law for a New Ecological Age by Professor Mary Christina Wood is the highest landmark to date on the trail to achieve environmental protection. Professor Wood illuminates a powerful and effective tool to achieve rapid and lasting protection for Earth’s life support s: Discover all guidebooks and handbooks from the National Trust on Cornwall.
Her book “aims to bring environmental law face to face with the new ecological age” and “presents a transformative framework – Nature’s Trust – to fundamentally redirect government’s environmental policy from its present course of legalizing colossal damage to a project of epic restoration” (p.5). The property, which takes its name from the fact that a miniature branch of NatWest used to be housed there, in a room 10ft 6in by 7ft 9in, is one of a spate of National Trust .
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An ecological assessment of National Trust properties in Kent. The book presents the results of a survey of National Trust properties of ecological interest in Kent and considers their ecological, recreational and educational by: 1.
In Kent the National Trust’s gardens are the epitome of the English country garden and none could be more iconic than Sissinghurst Castle Garden, the creation of famous poet and writer, Vita Sackville-West and her author husband Harold Nicolson.
Explore the beautiful garden and discover a wide estate of lakes, woods and farmland. Days out, places to visit and things to do in Kent with the National Trust.
Kent, Surrey and Sussex Guidebooks and handbooks for places like Petworth, the White Cliffs of Dover, Nymans, Bodiam and people like Virginia Woolf at Monks House and Ellen Terry at Smallhythe Place.
Browse for inspiration. Gardens and parks in Kent. Discover a variety of gardens and parks in Kent, from the garden rooms of formal gardens, to rose gardens created by Prime Ministers' wives and exotic plant collections.
for the management of Kent’s municipal solid waste for the next twenty years. The development of the Strategy was steered by the KWP and input from other key stakeholders was achieved through the Kent Waste Open Forum.
The Strategy has been subject to a Strategic Environmental Assessment. The National Trust has a wider estate ecological assessment of National Trust properties in Kent book houses, cottages and farms available for tenants to let.
Explore our places from afar and discover some of the stories behind our houses and the inhabitants who called them home. East of England Explore guidebooks for the Ashridge and Blickling Estates, Oxburgh Hall and Anglesey Abbey and outdoor guides for places like Dunwich Heath.
Browse for inspiration. List of National Trust properties. About the National Trust. This list concentrates on paid-entry properties like stately homes, gardens, and other historic buildings, whereas the Trust also cares for huge areas of countryside and coast. Note that although most National Trust properties are in England, the Trust does care for several properties.
The Ecological Sequestration Trust is a registered charity number A company limited by guarantee, registered in England, company number Ecological Sequestration Trust (Trading) Limited, Company number Registered office:. Our favourite National Trust properties in Kent Mum and Families Squad member, Jo, tells us about her favourite National Trust properties in Kent I was gifted a National Trust membership for a birthday a few years ago and cannot imagine life without it now.
Buddy Kent was one of the first adopters of the National Trust’s conservation covenant program. He ensured the protection of a unique area of Western Australian bushland by placing a restrictive covenant on parts of his South Bodallin farm.
This important action, however, was not the first initiative Buddy took. A group for ALL good pictures taken at National Trust properties in Kent. All types of images can be posted - BUT it must be obvious that the image is a National Trust property in Kent. The entries in the NT handbook are used as a guide for this group, if it is listed as Kent in the handbook it can be included, some properties are now considered to be London, although historically they may.
National Trust properties in the UK | the British Heritage Gazetteer. Part of the UK Travel Guide on Britain Express. Fully revised, updated and expanded, this classic book is a guide to the many houses in the care of the National Trust, from the spectacular to the humble. Containing all the main properties, combining fascinating historical detail, glorious colour photographs and practical information for visitors.
From hedgerows to kitchens, seaside to country houses, art to gardens and poetry to history, our brilliant book selection has been specially put together to satisfy all the readers in your life. Our National Trust book range is perfect if you’re looking for great book gifts, inspirational books or presents for book.
The definitive illustrated guide for visitors to National Trust houses, gardens, coast and countryside areas. brings fresh and exciting things to discover throughout the National Trust, with newly renovated properties and gardens, unusual buildings and World Heritage sites as well as exquisite collections to suit every taste and age s: An exceptionally comprehensive guide to the National Trust properties of England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
If you are interested in National Trust and historical properties, this book is great. There is a little detail about each of the properties (don't expect page after page - after all, there are a lot!).Reviews:.
This is a list of National Trust properties in England, including any stately home, historic house, castle, abbey, museum or other property in the care of the National Trust in England Contents 1 Bedfordshire.
Standing as a child on the banks of the Columbia River, the writer picked up things that became her book Nature's Trust in three parts: Environmental Law: Hospice for a Dying Planet, The People's Natural Trust, and, The Public Trust and the Great Transition/5(5).National Trust, yet to date no single record of those publications has been established.
The following Bibliography is a first attempt to do just that, and provides a starting point for those who want to learn more about the properties and collections in the National Trust’s care. .