Explore Suffolk Map
Landscape Types Help:
1. Glossary Drop Down Boxes
Point at the words in grey, (underlined with dotted lines), and a box will appear containing more information on the topic. Left click on the links or image titles in the box for more information and larger versions of the pictures.
Left mouse click to open an image, you can scroll through all the images by moving the cursor to the top left or right of the image and clicking onto
. Left mouse click on
to return to the Landscape Type page.
3. Landscape Types List
You can go to another landscape type via this list if you do not need to use the Landscape Types Map.
Within the text, links to other landscapes and other pages are in grey.
5. PDF Files
A link to a PDF of the text for each landscape type and any related documents can be found at the bottom of the page. These include a version number and publication date.
6. Browser Compatibility
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An Important Note On The Scale Of This Landscape Typology
The Suffolk LCA has mapped the landscapes of the county at a scale of 1:50000. Therefore the boundaries between landscapes are only indicative of the change of the physical and cultural patterns between areas. This means that when working at a site scale, especially when close to boundaries, users should be careful to identify which landscape type the land parcel belongs to, based on its characteristics.