Guidance and Information Notes

This area of the website contains infomation documents on a variety of subjects relevant to the AONB, together with links to other websites or potential sources of information.

It is updated when new documents become available but if you require further details about any of the subjects, or about subjects not covered by any of the documents, then please e-mail Paul Jackson at the AONB Unit.

Information Notes and Guidance documents

Oil & Gas

Useful presentations – IGas/Environment Agency/Urbanvision (April 2014);  Hampshire County Council FAQs document (April 2014)

AONB Information Note 1 (September 2014)

AONB Information Note 2 (October 2015)

KM8 – the Howardian Hills AONB perspective (November 2015)

Response to DECC Surface Development Restrictions consultation (December 2015)

Design Guidance

New Agricultural Buildings & Infrastructure

Hedges

New hedgerow planting

Hedgerow management

Road verges

Verge management for wildflowers

**IMPORTANT** Larch disease Phytophthora ramorum poses a potentially significant threat to trees in the AONB. After walking or mountain biking in woods you can help prevent the potential spread of disease by washing mud from boots and bike tyres and shaking pine needles off clothing. See the Forestry Commission website for more details on biosecurity precautions.

The work of the Joint Advisory Committee and AONB Team, and responses to development control consultations, is guided by the AONB Management Plan, which can be found by clicking here.

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