Narrow, winding country lanes are a characteristic feature of the Surrey Hills National Landscape. They can be of considerable biodiversity as well as historic value. The aims for country lanes are to:
The Surrey Hills Board aims to encourage greater attention to the design of development within the Surrey Hills to ensure that its future as a National Landscape is not prejudiced. Sustaining landscape quality will be much easier if new developments respect the natural and built characteristics that exist already.
If you would like to discuss any element of building design in the Surrey Hills, please contact the Surrey Hills Planning advisor; email@example.com
Signage plays a vital part in reinforcing the message that drivers are entering a rural area. Village signs work very effectively to show that a particular village is within the Surrey Hills boundary and help to reinforce the rural character of a village. The Surrey Hills Board work in partnership with Parish Councils to produce village signs. These signs work very effectively to show that a particular village is within the Surrey Hills boundary and help to reinforce the rural character of a village.
Surrey Hills directional finger posts are designed using natural materials with the Surrey Hills trademark branded into the top. These directional posts help to reinforce that you are in a rural area.
If you are interested in village or directional finger posts please contact us for further details; firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Surrey Hills Board signs up to the consideration and courtesy awareness message of ‘Be Nice, Say Hi’. Established by charities, Cycling UK and the British Horse Society the aim is to raise awareness of shared access in the Surrey Hills landscape and respect the rights of all users.
For further guidance take a look at this information video.