Following on from a previous post giving an overview of the Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership’s 25 projects which the OWLP partnership aims to deliver between now and 2017, we can now also proudly present our Landscape Conservation Action Plan!
The Landscape Conservation Plan (or LCAP) is the Ouse Washes LP partnership’s main document that was sent to the Heritage Lottery Fund, together with other paperwork for our stage 2 grant submission, back in November 2013; in short, it contains:
- A summary of the varied heritage of the OWLP landscape, explaining what is important and why;
- An overview of the issues facing the landscape, its heritage and its communities, together with an outline of the opportunities to address these issues;
- A detailed understanding of how the OWLP scheme will be addressing the needs of the landscape and communities, together with details of the projects it will carry out in order to do so and to meet the four LP programme outcomes;
- Details of how the OWLP scheme aims to provide lasting benefits for the landscape and its communities.
Download the LCAP here
The full Landscape Conservation Action Plan can be downloaded here (or from our Resources section):
- 01 – Front Cover (PDF, 0.6MB)
- 02 – Contents (PDF, 0.3MB)
- 03 – Executive Summary (PDF, 0.3MB)
- 04 – Introduction (PDF, 1.7MB)
- 05 – Section 1 – Understanding the Landscape Partnership Scheme Area (PDF, 12MB) – this section provides a detailed description of the landscape character, the historic development of the landscape as well as the diversity and significance of the area’s heritage.
- 06 – Section 2 – Statement of Significance (PDF, 1.2MB) – this section summarises what makes the OWLP area and its heritage special and unique.
- 07 – Section 3 – Threats and Opportunities (PDF, 1.3MB) – this section provides an understanding of the OWLP area’s inherent vulnerabilities and the threats to the landscape, its heritage and communities.
- 08 – Section 4 – Aims and Objectives (PDF, 2.3MB) – this section shows how the OWLP partnership will be addressing the needs of the landscape, heritage and communities and how it will meet the four HLF’s Landscape Partnership Programme outcomes.
- 09 – Section 5 – Scheme Plan and Costs (PDF, 1.5MB) – this section provides an overview of the OWLP’s 25 projects and how these work together.
- 10 – Section 6 – Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (PDF, 0.6MB) – this section provides information as to how the progress of the OWLP scheme will be monitored and its success evaluated.
- 11 – Section 7 – Sustaining the Benefits of the Scheme (PDF, 0.6MB) – this section provides information as to how the OWLP scheme intends to provide lasting benefits for the landscape and its communities.
- 12 – Section 8 – Adoption and Review (PDF, 0.3MB)
- 13 – Bibliography (PDF, 0.4MB)
- 14 – Appendix 1 – Project Details (PDF, 3MB) – this section provides all the details of each of the 25 projects within the OWLP scheme.
- 15 – Appendix 2 – Audience and Access Work Summary Report (PDF, 1.1MB)
The whole process of the LCAP could be summarised as such:
Related posts and pages:
- From LCA to LCAP (and beyond)
- Our stage 2 application is in
- OWLP: our plans for delivery
- About OWLP
- About LP schemes