The Thames Landscape Strategy has great pleasure in releasing the completed Review of the Thames Landscape Strategy Kew – Hampton. The Hampton to Weybridge Addendum is still awaiting final consultation as that document required further work and will be added to the main Review on completion so check back regularly for updates.
Now the final document has been released – the Patron, Sir David Attenborough, and original author, Kim Wilkie will produce forwards – please note that the space has been provided for these statements but they have not yet been produced and will be added shortly.
The Thames Landscape Strategy (written by Kim Wilkie and published in 1994,) is an analysis of the character of the river landscape providing a vision for the natural and man-made elements of the landscape – an evidence base which draws together the history, topography, culture, politics and wildlife of the river corridor to form the basis for and shape future policy, management, projects and design.
Over the past two years, the TLS has carried out a series of consultation activities to draw together the evidence needed to update the 1994 report. A Draft Report was made available for comment over an 8 week period in the summer of 2012 before this final draft could be published.
The Strategy area has been extended upstream to Weybridge – embracing four new and distinct character reaches. Please note that the consultation for these new reaches will be carried out at a later date and attached to the main report as an addendum.
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Addendum to Weybridge (to be completed)
If you would like to discuss any aspects of the Review or to have more information please contact Jason Debney at Holly Lodge or telephone 020 8940 0654.
The Thames Landscape Strategy has been reviewed. Follow the link below for details.
The Thames Landscape Strategy is a 100-year blueprint for the River Thames between Hampton and Kew. To view the full strategy document follow the link below.
View the latest Annual Review, a roundup of all the latest developments in the Arcadian Thames