Built environment, coastal and landscape
Find out about the conservation, protection and enhancement of the built environment, coastline and landscape.
The Built Environment team provides advice on building conservation and design, building grants, listed buildings, conservation areas and scheduled ancient monuments as well as including master planning services.
The Landscape team provides advice on landscape conservation and design, landscape grants, protection of trees, hedgerows and landscape setting as well as including the Coed Cymru initiative.
In this section
Conservation areas are “areas of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance”.
Historic buildings are an important asset and need to be protected in order to preserve the built heritage of an area.
The National Assembly for Wales is required to compile and maintain a schedule of ancient monuments of national importance.
A £3.2m conservation-led regeneration grant scheme and forms part of a strategy to bring economic renewal to Holyhead Town Centre.
Management of World Heritage Sites
Information on coastal erosion and shoreline management plans.
Trees, hedgerows and woodlands help form the landscape of the island.