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Houses and gardens

Houses and Gardens
Historic parks and gardens

English Heritage compiles a register of parks and gardens that are of particular importance, to safeguard the particular features and qualities that make them important. Sites are graded I, II* and II. Those sites on the register in the National Park are:

No statutory controls follow from the inclusion of a site in English Heritage’s register but local planning authorities are required to protect registered parks and gardens in determining planning applications.

The effect of a proposed development on a registered park or garden or its setting is a material consideration in planning decisions.

There are 78 further sites on the Hampshire Register of gardens of historic interest.

Please note: the mention of an individual product, brand or company is for illustrative purposes only and should not be taken as either an endorsement or recommendation by the New Forest National Park Authority of that individual product, brand or company. You are advised to seek independent professional advice as to what might be appropriate for your individual circumstances.

New Forest Coastal Heritage Leaflet



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'The New Forest has a fascinating and varied array of historical sites worth visiting.'

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