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Written by The Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment   
Wednesday, 21 February 2007

International case studies in management of icon landscapes

In the second half of the twentieth century many people of more affluent communities have increasingly sought living spaces in icon landscapes. This is in response to a lot of things, including: the desire for vistas, or to be closer to 'nature'; the need for a retreat from the pressures of life in a 'go faster' world; and people wishing to use desirable property to generate wealth for their retirement. Management of the impacts of people living in beautiful landscapes has become a major land-use planning challenge. How can this desire to inhabit these landscapes be met in ways that do not destroy, in the long term, the very values that attract people there in the first place?

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