This bank of references has been collated to support Clinton Devon Estates’ ELMS initiative. Digital versions of supporting leaflets outlining the vision and policy and stakeholder priorities are also listed here.
Please click the following links to find out more about the schemes:
Key National Schemes
At the core of this Act is the 2050 target to reduce UK greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% relative to 1990, and the system of carbon budgets that provide five-year stepping stones to the 2050 target.
Outlines advice to the government on the sustainable use of natural assets (capital) including forests, rivers, land, minerals and oceans. The benefits derived from natural assets, such as food, recreation, clean water, hazard protection and clean air are also covered.
Provides information around the strategy and local [partnership actions to improve the health of East Devon’s catchments.
Outlines aspects of the local landscape that are most valued and how they can be enhanced.
Provides area profiles in the South West which support the planning of conservation initiatives at landscape scales.
Key Habitats & Species for East Devon
Outlines priority habitats and species for Devon.
Provides habitat and species priorities for the Devon Redlands and Blackdown National Character Areas
Provides on-line information surrounding East Devon’s natural environment including on designations, habitats, species and water quality.