Special landscape area

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A special landscape area is a non-statutory conservation designation used by local government in some parts of the United Kingdom to categorise sensitive landscapes which are, either legally or as a matter of policy, protected from development or other man-made influences.

The term is commonly used both by local authorities (e.g. Kent County Council) but also nationally (e.g. Countryside Council for Wales).

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