Built and historic environment
Built and historic environment evidence
Heritage impact assessments
The Council has prepared heritage impact assessments as part of the evidence supporting the local plan 2040.
Historic environment character assessment
The aim is firstly to provide an overview of the historic environment of the district through Historic Environment Character Assessment (HECAs) at a broad level (Phase 1), and secondly to undertake a more detailed assessment of the historic environment character for several buffered areas around Lichfield, Burntwood and Tamworth, and also around key rural settlements (Historic Environment Character Zones - HECZs) (Phase 2).
The project integrates the Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC) information with the more site based data held by the Historic Environment Record (HERs).
The HLC is part of a national mapping project, carried out by Staffordshire County Council (SCC) in partnership with English Heritage, over three years and was completed in March 2006.
The aim of the HLC was to produce a broad assessment of the historic and archaeological dimensions of the county's landscape as it exists today.
- Historic environment character assessment (HECA) document, Appendix 2, Appendix 3, Appendix 4, Appendix 5
- Armitage and Handsacre HECA
Staffordshire extensive urban survey
Lichfield Historic Character Assessment: Staffordshire Extensive Urban Survey (March 2011). Please use the link below to download the document. The document has been split into six parts due to its size.