Restoration resources: built heritage and natural environment
Waterways across England and Wales are a unique part of our heritage and are often coupled with vitally important habitats for native species.
So, considering the heritage and natural environment of the location should remain central to the restoration project throughout.
It's not just the channels that are important, but the bridges, locks, wharfs, mills and many other structures that all tell the story of our nation’s history.
- Heritage in Waterway Restoration Projects
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Environmental Framework document
- Manchester, Bolton & Bury Feasibility Study & Impact Report
- Droitwich Canals- conservation management plan
- Droitwich Canals- heritage survey
- Droitwich Canals- lock 7- works information package
- Grantham Canal - archaeological brief
- Montgomery Canal - conversation management strategy
- Montgomery Canal – conservation management update (2016)
- Wey Arun-Gosden (Shalford) ecological assessment report
Last date edited: 1 June 2021