Scoping study on the socio-economic benefits of heritage in the National Parks of England and Wales

This study was commissioned by English Heritage and Cadw in 2007 to provide Government and its agencies at all spatial levels with a research programme to enable the socio-economic benefits of heritage in the National Parks to be recognised, measured and evaluated in an academically sound and rigorous way. The research, which was completed in October 2008, comprised an extensive scoping study involving a literature review combined with various forms of stakeholder consultation, including email and telephone surveys, face-to-face interviews and participatory workshops. The research programme was therefore a product of the existing evidence base, consultation with stakeholders at varying

Research Summaries

As part of CCRI’s continued commitment to disseminating the findings of our research, we endeavour to produce research summaries for our projects. This however, may be affected due to limitations stipulated by the funding organisation. The current summaries available are listed below: The State of Farming in Exmoor 2015 Study on the Competitiveness of European Wines. UK Case Study Summary (2014) SOLINSA: Support of Learning and Innovation Networks for Sustainable Agriculture A Strategic Approach for Assessing and Addressing the Potential Impact of Climate Change on the Historic Environment of Wales Evaluation of the Hill Farming Training Project Pilot (2012/3) Alternative Service Delivery Models

Heritage and Landscape – completed

Leverhulme ‘Artist in Residence’ grant (2014/15) In conversation with…:co-designing with more-than-human communities’ – Funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Implementation of changes and updates to the national LANDMAP GIS database for Wales (2014) Between the tides (2012/14) Evaluating the effectiveness of Environmental Stewardship for the conservation of historic buildings  (2013/14) Sustainable flood memories and the development of community resilience to future flood risk: a comparative study of three recently flooded communities (2010/13) Forgotten landscape project feasibility study and business plan (2013) Permissive Access under Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) (2011/12) Climate change and the historic environment of Wales (2012) Evaluation