Essex Historic Landscape Characterisation Project (HLC)

Lynn Dyson-Bruce, Alison Bennett, 2013

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Introduction

The Saxon chapel at Bradwell-on-Sea, sited just outside the Roman fort of Othona

The aim of the HLC project in Essex was to characterise the distinctive historic dimension of the current rural landscape. This has been carried out as part of, and using the methodology developed for, the East of England Regional HLC project. The regional project is sponsored by English Heritage and covers the six counties of Suffolk, Norfolk, Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire, plus the unitary authorities within the region.