Environmentally sensitive areas in Northern Ireland a first report.

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Published by [Dept. of Agriculture] in Belfast .

Written in English

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  • Landscape protection -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Agricultural conservation -- Northern Ireland.

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ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland.
LC ClassificationsQH77.N58
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22395982M

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The authoritative version is the Government Printer for Northern Ireland copy published by The Stationery Office Limited as the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Designation Order (Northern Ireland)ISBN 0 3.

Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) Scheme. This was the first Agri-environment scheme in N Ireland – launched back in ESAs cover 20 per cent of the agricultural land area in Northern Ireland.

Countryside Management Scheme (CMS) This Scheme was introduced in and was targeted at those landowners outside the ESAs. NBS Chorus Features and pricing Book a demonstration Sign in to NBS Chorus Other tools National BIM Library Uniclass Construction Information Service SR / Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Enforcement) Regulations (Northern Ireland) (Northern Ireland) Publication Year Document Status Latest version of document.

Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) The objective of this designation is the conservation of natural and cultural features on farmland by voluntary (state) grant schemes in designated areas. Article 19 of the EEC Regulation /85 authorises member states to introduce special national schemes in environmentally sensitive areas.

Information Leaflet 5: Environmental Impact Assessment What is a "Sensitive Area". Sensitive areas are defined as Areas of Special Scientific Interest (ASSIs), Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs), National Parks, World Heritage Sites and European Sites (Special Protaction Areas classified under the Wild Birds Directive and Special Areas of Conservation under the Habitats Directive).

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Compliance with the Nutrient Action Programme is one of the Cross Compliance Statutory Management Requirements. Therefore, farmers claiming Basic Payment Scheme and other direct payments are required to comply with the NAP Regulations.

Environmentally Sensitive Areas. Request PDF | The Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) Scheme in Northern Ireland: Ten Years of Agri-Environment Monitoring | The Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) scheme was. Article 3 of the Agriculture (Environmental Areas) (Northern Ireland) Order (“the Order”) gives the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (“the Department”) power to designate areas as environmentally sensitive areas where it appears to it particularly desirable to conserve, protect or enhance environmental features in those areas by the maintenance or adoption of.

These Regulations may be cited as the Environmentally Sensitive Areas (Enforcement) Regulations (Northern Ireland) and shall come into operation on 10th September Interpretation 2.

- (1) The Interpretation Act (Northern Ireland) shall apply to these Regulations as it applies to an Act of the Northern Ireland Assembly. (2) In. Classification and evaluation of spider (Araneae) assemblages on environmentally sensitive areas in Northern Ireland Article in Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment (1) · March with.

Sampling was carried out as part of a biodiversity monitoring programme on environmentally sensitive areas (ESAs) initiated Environmentally sensitive areas in Northern Ireland book The ESA scheme was implemented by the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland in and extended in Cited by: These Regulations supplement the Environmentally Sensitive Areas Designation Order (Northern Ireland) (S.R.

), which gives effect in part to the agri-environment element of the programming document based on the rural development plan for Northern Ireland submitted by the United Kingdom to the European Commission pursuant to Article 41 of Council Regulation.

Environmentally Sensitive Areas Designation Order (Northern Ireland) Made - - - - 5th July Coming into operation 10th September Whereas, in accordance with Article 3(1) of the Agriculture (Environmental Areas) (Northern Ireland) Order (1) (“ the Order”), it appears to the Department of Agriculture and Rural.

Agri-environment schemes provide funding to farmers and land managers to farm in a way that supports biodiversity, enhances the landscape, and improves the quality of water, air and soil. This book provides a review and an economic and policy assessment of the first and second rounds of designated Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESAs) in the UK, five years after their inception.

In Chapter 1 the connection between the attempt to control agricultural production and the pressure to introduce agriculture-based environmental policies is outlined providing the background to the.

Environmentally sensitive areas: Incrementalism or reform. in addition to new sites in Scotland and Northern Ireland bringing the total area designated to aboutha (see Fig. The budget was also doubled to 2 million, just prior to the election. Somerset Levels and Moors Environmentally Sensitive Area with SSSIs indicated Cited by: Within the United Kingdom, different approaches are taken to some forms of protection within the constituent countries of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, while other forms of protection are more consistent across the UK.

Protected areas can be divided according to the type of resource which each seeks to protect. Boho (pronounced / b oʊ / BOH, from Irish: Botha, meaning "huts") is a hamlet and a civil parish 11 kilometres (7 mi) covering approximately 12 km × 7 km (7 mi × 4 mi) southwest of Enniskillen in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.

It is situated within Fermanagh and Omagh district. This area contains a high density of historically significant sites stretching from the Neolithic Reyfad Country: Northern Ireland.

The Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme was introduced in to offer incentives to encourage farmers to adopt agricultural practices which would safeguard and enhance parts of the country of particularly high landscape, wildlife or historic value.

The scheme has now The Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme was introduced. Slemish, historically called Slieve Mish (from Irish: Sliabh Mis, meaning "Mis's mountain"), is a small mountain in County Antrim, Northern bowvalleychorus.com lies a few miles east of Ballymena, in the townland of Carnstroan.

Tradition holds that Saint Patrick, enslaved as a youth, was brought to this area and tended sheep herds on Slemish, and that during this time he found bowvalleychorus.comon: Antrim, Northern Ireland.

The new Lisburn and Castlereagh District Council area has been named the top place to live in Northern Ireland. A n in-depth analysis of the 11 super-council areas revealed it was the district. Inthe total area of land in higher-level or targeted agri-environment agreements in the UK was million hectares: million hectares in England; million hectares in Wales; million hectares in Scotland; and million hectares in Northern Ireland.

Fluctuations in areas of land under agri-environment agreements over time can. The Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) scheme was introduced in by the Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland (now DARD) to help safeguard areas of the countryside where the landscape, wildlife or historic interest is of particular importance and where these features would.

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DAERA is funding the production of at least 23 Natura Conservation Management Plans for sites within Northern Ireland. The Conservation Management Plans will detail what actions are required to move sites towards, or maintain them at, favourable condition.

Environmentally Sensitive Areas Scheme (ESA) and Countryside Management Scheme. Numenius arquata (L.) Family: Scolopacidae. The curlew is a large wading bird, well known for its very long, decurved bill. Its haunting two-note call and bubbling song was once a familiar sound of the open countryside.

However, it has declined as a breeding species in Northern Ireland and elsewhere in northern Europe over the last twenty years. the environmentally sensitive area (esa) scheme in northern ireland: ten years of agri-environment monitoring created date: z.

Oct 10,  · Ireland is failing abysmally to meet its targets set by the EU. It ought to have cut emissions of greenhouse gases to 20% below levels by. Against this background a number of proposals to reduce surpluses and protect the environment have been implemented. Among these was the introduction in the UK of environmentally sensitive areas (ESAs) as described in the UK Agriculture Act ofimplementing part of an EC regulation on Improving the Efficiency of Agricultural bowvalleychorus.com: Martin Whitby.

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Geoforum, Vol. 1, pp.91 Printed in Great Britain /91 $+ Pergamon Press pic Agricultural Change and Environmentally Sensitive Areas PETER T. GASKELL* and MICHAEL F. TANNER,* Birmingham, U.K. Abstract: The reform of the Common Agricultural Policy has been primarily directed at reducing the disproportionate share of the European Community's budget Cited by: An environmentally sensitive area (ESA) is a type of designation for an agricultural area which needs special protection because of its landscape, wildlife or historical value.

Pages in category "Lists of protected areas of the United Kingdom" The following 15 pages are in this category, out of 15 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

The Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA) Scheme. The ESA scheme was introduced in to encourage farmers to help protect those areas of the countryside where the landscape, wildlife or historic interest is of national importance. Northern Ireland You can find different kinds of protected areas, for example wetland sites, national parks or special scientific sites, across the UK, including: National Parks and Areas of.

Rushes (Juncus spp.) provide valuable nesting sites for ground-nesting birds in Environmentally Sensitive Areas. However, they can also become almost completely dominant, restricting growth and accessibility of grass for grazing and reducing overall biodiversity.

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A replicated before-and-after trial in Northern Ireland (McEvoy et al. ) (same study as (McAdam et al. )) found that the number of plant species on land managed under the Environmentally Sensitive Area scheme over ten years was maintained but not enhanced on grasslands, and maintained in heather moorland in two of three areas for which.

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The conflict began in the late s and is usually deemed to have ended with the Good Friday Agreement of Location: Northern Ireland, Violence occasionally spread .Mar 27,  · The region is one of several environmentally sensitive areas through which Enbridge Energy is proposing to locate its new Line 3 oil pipeline to carry crude from Alberta, Canada, across northern.Jan 31,  · West Waterford community groups fighting against windfarm developments in their area have slammed recommendations which would mean shorter setback distances.

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