High Weald Species
Wind energy assessment
This research was driven by Government targets to have 15% renewables by 2020. This technical report looks at the actual wind speeds available in the High Weald It analyses a range of additional, crucial 'constraints' to wind energy development.
Can we feed ourselves?
This report looks at how the High Weald landscape can grow food to secure our future food supply.
Deer parks & formal landscapes
While much of the High Weald remains quite an informal landscape, significant areas were formally managed in medieval times as deer parks and later as formal 'designed' estates and gardens. Using detailed map regression, this report helps to fill a gap in our knowledge by uncovering the lost history of these formal elements of the landscape.
Housing needs of rural workers
The High Weald's cultural landscape depends upon its active management and this requires people to live and work close to the land. However most rural workers don't earn enough to afford to live in the High Weald. This report examines the housing needs of rural workers and the affordability 'gap' facing rural workers.