Creswell Crags Limestone Heritage Area Management Action Plan

Creswell Heritage Trust, Archaeological Research and Consultancy at the University of Sheffield: ARCUS, 2011

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Introduction

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The Creswell Crags Limestone Heritage Area Management Action Plan was commissioned by English Heritage, and funded by the Aggregates Levy Sustainability Fund. The project was commissioned in response to a project proposal from Creswell Heritage Trust who also prepared the brief for the work and managed the project. The work on the project was undertaken by ARCUS, Groundwork Creswell and Creswell Heritage Trust. ARCUS undertook the archaeological and landscape history elements of the project. The access study was undertaken by Groundwork Creswell and Creswell Heritage Trust with Groundwork Creswell undertaking the study on the physical and visual access and Creswell Heritage Trust reporting on the intellectual access.

The aim was to create an integrated archaeological, palaeontological, ecological and access Management Action Plan for the main limestone vales and gorges within the Creswell Crags Limestone Heritage Area (the southern Magnesian Limestone Natural Area). The plan formed the second stage of a three stage programme that will result in major improvements to cultural and natural heritage conservation and access across the limestone landscape.