Frequently asked planning questions and comments

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Annual Reports

View Annual reports from the Quantock AONB Service

Information leaflets

Find out more about the geology of the Quantock Hills AONB, why the heathland is so important for birds, the red deer on the Quantocks and why the history of the landscape is so special.

Local Food initiative

Stepping Up to the Marketplace

Management Plan

The Quantock Hills AONB Management Plan 2009-2014 and Management Plan Summary

Newsletters

If you would like to subscribe to the Quantock Hills e-newsletter please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) and we will put you on our mailing list

Other organisations and activities in the Quantocks

A few things you might find interesting from organisations we work with in the Quantocks

Planning Application Comments 2011

Please click below to read responses made by the AONB on behalf of the Quantock Hills Joint Advisory Committee

Planning Application Comments Aug to Dec 2012

Find out how the Quantock Hills AONB Service commented on planning applications in 2012

Planning application comments Jan 2013 onwards

click here to read responses made by the AONB on behalf of the Quantock Hills Joint Advisory Committee

Planning Application Comments Jan to July 2012

Find out how the Quantock Hills AONB Service commented on planning applications in 2012

Planning Guidance and Position Statements

Find our guidance documents and position statements here.

PREPARING FOR CHANGE

Climate-proof your tourism business

Quantock Deer Count Results

Annual deer count results for 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013

Quantock Hills Joint Advisory Committee (JAC) Papers 2009 to 2012

Papers from the partnership committee the Joint Advisory Committeeqhjac_papers_22nd_july_11.pdf

Quantock Hills Joint Advisory Committee (JAC) Papers 2013 and 2014

Papers from the partnership committee the Joint Advisory Committee

Quantock Hills Management Plan 2014 - 2019

The Quantock Hills AONB Management Plan is genuinely significant for protecting the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty into the future as it sets the agenda for the AONB team, Joint Advisory Committee and the wide range of Quantock partners for the next 5 years.

Quantock Hills Visitor Guide

Quantock Hills Visitor Guide

Recreation Leaflets

a full range of leaflets from circular walks to event guides and leaflets to allow you to enjoy the best of the hills

SCC disposal of land

Find out the Quantock Hills AONB Service position, and our response to SCC

Terms and Conditions for Quantock Hills Facebook page

Terms and Conditions for http://www.facebook.com/Quantock.hills

Tick Leaflet

Ticks are becoming more common and a bite from this spider-like parasite could lead to Lyme Disease. This is a treatable infection caused by bacterium transmitted by ticks when they bite. Not every tick carries Lyme Disease and it is important to realise that the disease is relatively rare.

Information

Useful Contacts

Quantock AONB Service
Tel: 01823 451 884

Somerset Wildlife Trust
Tel: 01823 652 400
www.somersetwildlife.org

National Trust
Tel: 01823 451 814
www.nationaltrust.org

Forestry Commission
Tel: 01278 732 319