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Conservation Area Guide - Strangford. Date published: 19 September Topics: Planning; Planning Guidance; The design guide generally provides information on the planning context, historical development, description or character appraisal of the area, the designation and guidelines for development proposals. Strangford Lough SAC guidance and literature Skip to content. Menu Documents. Reasons for Designation - Special Area of Conservation - Strangford Lough PDF ( KB) Strangford Lough - Conservation Objectives PDF ( KB) Strangford Lough - SAC Map PDF ( MB) Help viewing documents. Back to top. It has since been designated as a Special Area of Conservation (for the seabed wildlife), and Special Protection Area (for the birds). The re-designation of the site as an MCZ over MNR has little bearing on current management measures that includes a ban on scallop dredging that was enabled thanks to legal action by Ulster Wildlife Trust in Strangford Lough is an outstanding example of a large, enclosed fjardic sea lough. Fjards are found in areas of low-lying ground which have been subject to glacial scouring. They have a highly irregular outline, no main channel and lack the high relief and U-shaped cross-section of fjordic sea lochs.
Strangford is located within the Strangford Lough Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has been a designated Conservation Area since The centre of the village is located on a square adjacent to the harbour. There are several buildings of individual merit in the Conservation Area and these, in conjunction with groupings of other. Strangford Lough on the east coast of Northern Ireland is an outstanding example of a large, enclosed fjardic sea lough. Sea water enters the Lough through a narrow entrance, expanding into a broad, mostly shallow basin that has a central deep channel ( m deep), which carries rapid currents and causes great turbulence in some parts, particularly the Narrows. Castle Espie is a wetland reserve managed by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) on the banks of Strangford Lough, three miles south of Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland, in the townland of the same name. It is part of the Strangford Lough Ramsar provides an early wintering site for almost the entire Nearctic population of pale-bellied brent geese. Her new book, Nature Crime: How We're Getting Conservation Wrong, which draws on 15 years of research, interviews with conservation professionals, local communities, tour operators and.
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