A review of the High Weald AONB Partnership's activities for the financial years 2020/21 and 2021/22.
A summary of the grants awarded so far under the Farming in Protected Landscapes Programme.
Guidance to help you complete your application to the Farming in Protected Landscapes programme.
A read-only version of the application form - please note this is for further information and not to be used for your application. Let us know when you're ready to apply and we'll send you a fillable pdf form.
The High Weald AONB team has worked closely with colleagues in the other English AONB teams and with the National Association for AONBs (NAAONB) to develop a joint response to this consultation.
The joint response submitted by the NAAONB represents the High Weald AONB officers’ general views on the Government’s response to the Landscapes Review. In addition to the NAAONB response to the consultation, the High Weald AONB Unit also submitted some supplementary comments which are summarised in this document.
Please note the comments within are the professional views of the AONB Unit’s staff, and they are not
necessarily the views of the High Weald AONB Joint Advisory Committee.
More information on the Sussex Lund 2022 grant programme, including the types of projects that will be considered for funding and things to consider when developing your project.
A detailed map showing the Sussex Lund 2022 application area (High Weald AONB + 3km buffer zone on fringes).
Details of the 41 Sussex Lund grants awarded in 2021, including project summaries.
This guidance is for land managers within the High Weald AONB who would like to assess their soil health but do not know where to start. The soil may be under arable, grassland, woodland, wetland, or any other piece of land which is not covered by a man-made structure.
Official Defra guidance for those considering applying to the Farming in Protected Landscapes programme
The High Weald is a hot spot for glow-worms due to its diverse mosaic of woodland and grassland habitats. However, these iconic insects are under threat from light pollution, climate change, pesticides and habitat loss. Learn more about these iconic insects, where to see them in the High Weald AONB and what you can do to help them thrive...
This advice note aims to assist all those involved in development proposals, including developers and their agents as well as members of the public, consider the impact of the proposed changes on the AONB.
A read only version of the High Weald Farming in Protected Landscapes application form. A fillable form will be sent on request. Please submit a request via the enquiry form at Farming in Protected Landscapes Programme (highweald.org)
Download this form to complete your application to the Sussex Lund 2021 grants fund. It is a fillable pdf form so you can just type your information into the boxes. when you are finished, click 'Save as' and save your form with an appropriate file name.
A letter sent wrote to all 11 MPs with part of their constituency within the High Weald AONB, encouraging them to attend the House of Commons debate on the APPG’s plan and asking them to support policies combatting light pollution and protecting dark skies.
This document sets out the criteria you should consider when developing your Sussex Lund project and guidance on putting together a strong application.
Read about the wide range of land management and nature recovery projects funded by Sussex Lund across the High Weald AONB in 2020.
The High Weald AONB Partnership's response to the Government consultation 'Changes to the Current Planning System'.
The National Association of AONBs' (NAAONB) final response to the Government consultation 'Planning for the Future'.
The High Weald AONB Partnership's final response to the Government consultation 'Planning for the Future'.
Learn about the High Weald's heathland habitat; its history, what makes it so special and where you can go to experience it.
Our 2019/2020 Annual Review sets out the High Weald AONB Partnership’s many activities and successes over the past financial year.
Find out why this unique geological feature occurs in the High Weald and why it is so special. With information on the historical use of sandrock, the rare plants that live on them and places you can go to see the rocks.
Learn about what makes the High Weald's grasslands so special and the management that they need. WIth tips on meadow creation and the benefits of using Weald Native Origin Seed.
The latest update for our 80+ High Weald Hero schools, with details of outdoor, COVID-safe workshops and sessions offered by our Education Officer, Rachel.
A map showing the current project locations and catchment area for the Beautiful Boundaries project.
This topic diagram outlines just some of our High Weald resources with curriculum links for your lessons.
A 'generic risk assessment' example that can be used as a template by a landowner to cover the basics of risks associated with deer stalking - a fillable pdf form. Plus guidance on how to use it.