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Quality landscape should form an integral part of any development and should be an on-going asset to the local community. It should be appropriate and sympathetic to its setting, and maximise opportunities for wildlife and ecology.
Geodiversity is the variety of rocks, fossils, minerals, landforms and soils and the associated natural processes that determine the landscape and character of our natural environment.
A range of evidence is being produced to accompany the Local Plan and LDF.
This document describes Doncaster's landscape character and identifies the capacity of different areas of the borough to accommodate different types of development (in landscape terms only) - it also contains recommendations for developing planning policies.