Roscommon County Council Landscape Character Types

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Section 10, Planning and Development Act 2005 requires that all Local Authorities consider the character of the landscape when drawing up objectives for their new county development plans, in the interests of proper planning and sustainable development. Landscape Character Types are distinct landscapes that are relatively homogeneous in character. They are generic in nature in that they may occur in different areas in different parts of the country, but wherever they occur they broadly share similar combinations of geology, topography, drainage patterns, vegetation, historical land use and settlement pattern. For example drumlins and mountain moorlands are recognisable and distinct

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