Projects tagged with Interactive Maps

Natural England

  • Natural England - Countryside Quality Counts

    Countryside Quality Counts (CQC) was a project to develop a national indicator of how the countryside is changing. It was funded by Natural England (and its predecessor agencies), in partnership with Defra and English Heritage. Countryscape was responsible for the...

  • Natural England - Landscape Character Network

    Countryscape facilitated the Landscape Character Network (LCN) (formerly known as the Countryside Character Network) between 2002 and 2011. Countryscape was re-appointed following competitive tendering in 2005 and 2007. In 2011 the Landscape Character Network website was partly...

The Countryside Agency

  • Countryscape produced an online database of Landscape Character Assessments in England, working in partnership with Diacono Associates and the University of Sheffield. The website features an interactive map, providing links to locally held information. This was the first time that...

Formby Civic Society

  • Formby Civic Society - Formby Point Interactive Map

    Countryscape have worked with the Formby Civic Society, using their local knowledge to develop an innovative, online tool for exploring the historic Formby Point area - amongst other things, the site of Britain’s first lifeboat station.

    The aim was to produce an interactive...

Groundwork

  • Groundwork - Local Heritage Project: Saint Michael’s Flags

    A project to interpret and promote the local heritage of Saint Michael’s Flags (a small public green space in Manchester), working in partnership with the local community. Countryscape was responsible for producing of a 20-page booklet and interactive CD-ROM; a series of outdoor...

Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project

  • Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project - Local Heritage Project: Moston Vale

    A project to interpret and promote the local heritage of the Moston Vale area of North Manchester, in partnership with the Harpurhey Neighbourhood Project, Groundwork and the local community. This work involved producing a 40-page booklet and interactive CD-ROM, together with...

Guardian Media Group

  • Guardian Media Group - Interactive Map

    Countryscape developed an interactive map for GMG Regional Digital, a subsidiary of the Guardian Media Group. The application was custom-made for Manchester Online (the former website of the Manchester Evening News) to provide visitors with an innovative and engaging means of exploring...

Manchester City Council

  • Countryscape was initially contracted to develop a website for Philips Park in Manchester, aiming to improve the visitor experience through better interpretation and education. The website was built using a content management system, so it could be easily updated by park wardens,...

Test Valley Borough Council

  • Countryscape developed an online version of the Test Valley Community Landscape Project report, in accordance with e-Government standards. The resulting website spans over 200 pages and includes an interactive map, providing a convenient and engaging means of accessing information. The...

Forestry Commission

  • Forestry Commission - Gisburn Forest Bike Trails: Branding and Publicity

    Countryscape designed a range of communication materials to help promote Gisburn Forest Bike Trails in Lancashire, supported by the Forestry Commission and the Forest of Bowland AONB. This work included developing a logo, trails map, promotional leaflet and website.

    The website...

Forest of Bowland AONB

  • Forest of Bowland AONB - Website

    Countryscape was contracted to review and redevelop the Forest of Bowland AONB website. This involved a complete overhaul of the website’s design, content and functionality, aiming to re-position the site as a ‘hub’ of AONB communications and provide visitors with an informative and...

Red Rose Forest

  • Red Rose Forest - Google Map of “Places to Visit”

    Countryscape developed a Google Map application for the Red Rose Forest (RRF) website, enabling users discover the variety of nature reserves, woodlands, parks and waterways within the RRF catchment area. The purpose of the map is to assist the planning of recreational visits and days...

West Pennine Moors

  • West Pennine Moors - Healey Nab Mountain Bike Trails

    Countryscape produced a range of publicity materials to help promote Healey Nab Mountain Bike Trails: two challenging routes through mixed woodland (one red grade, one black) that were created by volunteers from the local biking community using funding from Lancashire County Council,...