Guidance

Countryside Stewardship statement of priorities: Thames Valley (NCA115)

Find out the features and issues that have been identified as priorities for funding in this area.

Documents

Countryside Stewardship statement of priorities: Thames Valley (NCA115)

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Targeting priorities map: Thames Valley (NCA115)

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How to use the targeting priorities map

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Detail

Farmers and other land managers can apply for a Countryside Stewardship agreement to help pay for work to address a range of environmental objectives. Each area has a range of features and issues that have been identified as priorities for funding and these are set out within this statement.

Use the statement of priorities document and the targeting priorities map to:

  • identify the priority features and issues targeted within this area
  • help inform you when considering which options to choose as part of your application

Read the guidance on how to use the targeting priorities map before opening the map. Don’t try and view the map in your internet browser. Save the map on your computer and open this copy.

Further guidance is available in the Countryside Stewardship scheme manual (including the water quality options table) and the list of management options and items.