Landscapes

Cyclists exploring the South Pennines Watershed Landscape
From the Orkney Isles to the Cornish Coast, the UK is home to some of the world’s most beautiful, important and diverse landscapes.

These landscapes provide vital benefits to society, and help to create a sense of place for people and communities. 

We have awarded over £225million to 125 landscape-scale partnerships, helping people get involved with learning about and caring for places, from the Belfast Hills to the Suffolk Coast.

Landscape projects

Funding is available for landscape-scale conservation projects through our Heritage Grants programme.

If you would like to run a landscape-scale project and want to know what's possible, take a look at some of the projects we've already funded:

The South Pennines Watershed Landscape

A £1,878,000 HLF grant was awarded to conserve, restore and interpret the unique heritage of the South Pennine upland landscape

Restoring our Fenland Heritage

The Great Fen Project is transforming farmland into a dynamic, diverse and beautiful fenland landscape and is one of Europe’s largest and most ambitious habitat restoration projects. 

The Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership

Living Lomonds reconnected people with the living legacy of the Lomond and Benarty Hills through a range of community based activities, volunteering opportunities and projects. 

You can find out more about the other projects we've supported in our Landscape Partnerships Evaluation; and connect and share with other landscape-scale practitioners in our Online Community.

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