Conservation, biodiversity, listed buildings, trees and hedgerows
Information and advice on Listed Buildings.
Conservation areas are designated by the District Council when an area is recognised to have a special character or appearance worthy of protection.
Conservation Areas and Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)
Hedgerows are a familiar site within our countryside with many being of interest for landscape, wildlife and historic reasons and so are protected under the 1997 Hedgerows Regulations.
A Heritage Strategy for Stroud District
A Strategy for the enjoyment and positive management of Stroud District's historic environment and heritage assets. (Supplementary Planning Advice).
Biodiversity considerations in planning.
Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA)
Mitigation Strategies to address the impact of development within zone of influence of identified Special Areas of Conservation (SAC) sites - Rodborough Common SAC, Severn Estuary SAC and Cotswold Beechwoods SAC