A report setting out the results of the 2017 Public Engagement Survey, conducted as part of the current High Weald AONB Management Plan Review. This survey sought to explore what aspects of the High Weald the public find particularly beautiful and how they most like to enjoy the area.
This report highlights the importance of ancient and veteran trees at Dallington Forest in East Sussex. The study is the result of an extensive project aiming to establish and promote the ecological value of the area and advise on best practice in managing the landscape.
High Weald AONB Partnership Annal Review - 2016/2017
Legislation and Planning Advice Note
Legislation and planning plus Management Plan Assessment table Advice Note
High Weald AONB sign guidance for communities and parishes that wish to install AONB-related signs. The guidance provides background information on the rationale for installing AONB signage, as well as laying out the principles of appropriate design and location.
News and updates from the Upper Rother Farmers Group December 2016
Results of a survey for Himalayan balsam, Giant hogweed and Japanese knotweed along the River Rother between Mayfield and Etchingham and the River Dudwell from Willingford to Etchingham.
The High Weald - Exploring the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Published in 1994 by the Countryside Commission. The documents identifies nine areas within the AONB that have a visual cohesiveness and sense of place. The document has ben superceded by the High Weald AONB Management Plan which focused on the components of natural beauty that have made the area a distinct and homogenous area for at least the last 700 years and that will continue to define it in future.