Cadw's mission is to protect, conserve, and to promote an appreciation of the built heritage of Wales.
Communities and Local Government works to create thriving, sustainable, vibrant communities that improve everyone's quality of life.
The Countryside Council for Wales advises the Government, the National Assembly for Wales, Local Authorities and others on sustaining the natural beauty, wildlife and the opportunity for outdoor enjoyment. CCW is the national wildlife conservation authority.
This site is designed to help the understanding of the electoral geography of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is for use by teachers, MPs, councillors, candidates and party workers to see the extent of electoral constituencies against various scales of mapping background.
Environment Agency Wales is in a special position - it is an Assembly Sponsored Public Body (ASPB), while also being part of the corporate Environment Agency for England and Wales.
Are you one of around 5 million people currently at risk of flooding? Type in your postcode and see how at risk you are on the flood map. Find out how you can protect yourself from flood and how it could affect your home insurance.
The Land Registry guarantees the title to, and records the ownership of, interests in registered land in England and Wales.
This is the UK's home of official statistics, reflecting Britain's economy, population and society at national and local level.
Ordnance Survey is the internationally recognised market leader in its field. We offer a wider range of products than any comparable organisation, from traditional walking maps and road maps to the large-scale maps and digital products that now make up the largest part of our business.
The Planning Inspectorate works for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (previously the DTLR) and the National Assembly for Wales on a range of casework under Planning and Environmental legislation.
The Planning Portal is intended to be the first point of call for anyone who wants to find out about the planning system in England and Wales.
The Welsh Local Government Association represents the interests of local authorities in Wales. The three combined Fire Authorities, Police Authorities and three National Park Authorities are associate members.
Website of the Welsh Assembly Government.
Local Authority Building Control (LABC) is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards in building design and construction.
The Online Directory of Planning Consultants is a leading source of information on planning consultants, produced by Croner.
The Assembly Government is committed to helping companies prosper in Wales. Strong, innovative and competitive businesses are essential for our economy. A thriving economy raises standards of living and brings better health and well-being to the people and communities.
RICS is the home of property professionalism worldwide. This is the information site for property professionals and users of their services. RICS is the worldwide property organisation, with over 110 000 members globally, dedicated to promoting excellence and safeguarding public interest in all property related matters.
Planning Aid Wales (PAW) is a registered charity which provides advice and help on all aspects of town and country planning for people in Wales. Although it is independent, PAW receives a large part of its funding from the Welsh Assembly Government. It also receives financial support from RTPI Cymru(the Wales branch of the Royal Town Planning Institute).
Our aims are to help the conservation and enhancement of the landscape, environment and amenities of the countryside, towns and villages of rural Wales.
Find out about archaeology in central and north eastern Wales by browsing through our website. You are sure to find something of interest - whether you are a professional, amateur or student archaeologist, a farmer, a site developer, a pupil or teacher at school, a tourist or just interested in your local archaeology and history.
Coed Cymru is an all Wales initiative to promote the management of broadleaf woodlands and the use of locally grown hardwood timber in Wales.
The Forestry Commission of Great Britain is the government department responsible for the protection and expansion of Britain's forests and woodlands.
The National Trust works to preserve and protect the coastline, countryside and buildings of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We do this in a range of ways, through practical caring and conservation, educating and informing, and encouraging millions of people to enjoy their national heritage.
The North Wales Branch of Butterfly Conservation is the UK charity concerned with saving butterflies, moths and their habitats. We run guided walks, workshops, lectures and moth-trapping right across North Wales.
RCAHMW surveys, interprets and records the built heritage of Wales, either directly or through grant aid and partnerships, and makes information available to the public through the National Monuments Record of Wales archive and information service.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds works for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife; it depends on the support and generosity of others to make a difference.
Britain's leading organisation for all those with the well-being of our small woodlands at heart.
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings was founded by William Morris in 1877 to counteract the highly destructive 'restoration' of medieval buildings being practised by many Victorian architects. Today it is the largest, oldest and most technically expert national pressure group fighting to save old buildings from decay, demolition and damage.
The Tree Council was founded in 1974 with major support from the Department of the Environment and in 1978 became an independent registered charity.
VisitWales offers more information than ever before to help you plan your holidays in Wales, and now also provides online booking.
The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage.
If you are considering making improvements to your home you may be able to claim a grant.
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