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Publisher: Countryside Agency
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: UOW11
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    • • Darvill, Timothy (1987) Ancient Monuments in the Countryside an archaeological management review. English Heritage. A comprehensive but accessible review of management issues for archaeological remains and historic landscapes.
    • • English Heritage (1995) Repair and Restoration Schemes for Historic Parks and Gardens (unpublished, available from English Heritage) Management planning guidance for archaeological and cultural sites.
    • • Sutherland, William J; Hill, David A (1995) Managing Habitats for Conservation. Cambridge University Press. An excellent survey of different UK habitat types, their ecology and management for conservation.
    • • ECOS quarterly, £19 pa from BANC Membership Services, Lings House, Billing Lings, Northampton, NN3 8BE, the journal of the British Association of Nature Conservationists www.banc.org.uk. Background and opinion on conservation politics, by turns critical/ subversive and new age/ woolly, but never dull.
    • • British Wildlife bi-monthly, £18.95 pa from Subscriptions Dept, British Wildlife Publishing, Lower Barn, Rooks Farm, Rotherwisk, Hook, Hants RG27 9BG. www.britishwildlife.com From identifying dragonflies to conserving flower-rich meadows, with excellent reviews of current UK legislation and policy changes from Sue Everett and humour from Peter Marren.
    • • CPRE Voice quarterly is one of several journals or newsletters of the Council for the Protection of Rural England, 25 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0PP (msp £17.50pa) www.cpre.org.uk others include Planning Update - a briefing on planning matters.
    • • Enact quarterly, £12 pa from Lower Barn, Rooks Farm, Rotherwick, Hook, Hampshire RG27 9BG, is English Nature's magazine on (mainly practical) habitat management issues, and complements the more newsy English Nature Magazine 6 x pa, free, from English Nature, Northminster House Peterborough Cambridgeshire, PE11UA, www.english-nature.gov.uk.
    • • Environment Action quarterly, free, from the Environment Agency, Block 2, Government Buildings, Burghill Road, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, BS10 6EZ. The EA's www.environment-agency.gov.uk current news on air and water quality, toxins, waste disposal, biodiversity, &c.
    • • European Nature 2-3 times pa, free, from the ECNC, PO Box 1352, 5004, BJ Tilburg, the Netherlands, The European Centre for Nature Conservation's (www.ecnc.nl) magazine on the interface of policy and science focussing on biodiversity policy in a European context.
    • • Landlines £1 monthly newsletter of the Landscape Design Trust www.landscape.co.uk focuses on landscape design in rural and urban settings. Its sibling Landlines Tech £2.50 monthly deals with building materials &c and its cousin, Landscape Design £4.00, 10x p.a., is the (academic) journal of the Landscape Institute www.l-i.org.uk.
    • • Countryside Commission (1994) Delivering Countryside Information A Practical Guide for Countryside Managers (CCP 447) Countryside Commission. Guidance on signage, publications, promotion.
    • • Countryside Commission (1997): Countryside Recreation Development; guidelines for appraisal Countryside Commission. Aimed at recreation managers, a good introduction.
    • • Elson, Martin J; Heaney, Donna; Reynolds, Georgina (eds.) (1995) Good practice in the planning and management of sport and active recreation in the countryside. Sports Council and Countryside Commission. A comprehensive text on management issues for sporting and recreational sites.
    • • Scottish Natural Heritage (1996) Visitor Centres: A practical guide to planning, design and operation. Scottish Natural Heritage. As it says, a good practical guide.
    • • Countryside Recreation quarterly, free, from Network Manager, Department of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University, Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff, CF10 3WA.The journal of the Countryside Recreation Network www.countrysiderecreation.org.uk. It focuses on research, liaison and communication to spread good practice on issues related to rural recreation in the UK.
    • • Interpretation Journal quarterly journal of the Association for Heritage Interpretation, Cruachan, Tayinloan, Tarbert, PA29 6XF. £25pa (associate). The AHI (www.heritage-interpretation.org.uk) used to be called the Society for the Interpretation of Britain's Heritage (SIBH) and that is what it seeks to foster.
    • • Rambler quarterly journal of the Rambler's Association 2nd floor, Camelford House, 87-90 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TW www.ramblers.org.uk. Mainly aimed at 'users' but some good policy articles, and links with campaigning issues.
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