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Clyde & Avon Valley Landscape Partnership
Offices, Level 1
Robert Owens School
New Lanark
ML11 9DB
Tel: 01555 663430

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The River Clyde, A72 National Clyde Valley Tourist Route and the Clyde Walkway all run parallel in the valley floor, along which are small, traditional settlements that are now very popular with commuters. The intrinsic character of these villages remains and older residents, who were formerly employed in horticulture or the many landed estates, retain knowledge of the working traditions of earlier times that continued well into the second half of the twentieth century.

The “valley” remains an aspiration location for commuters and those seeking a country home with easy access to the cities of both Glasgow and Edinburgh.

The Landscape Partnership area has an estimated population of 17,493 approximately 9,000 of these live within Lanark.

The project will develop improved Physical, Social and Cultural paths through the landscape that will create a better understanding and stronger connections between people and the landscape.

Our Partners
Clydesdale Community Initiatives
Central Scotland Forest Trust
Forestry Commission Scotland
South Lanarkshire Council
Scottish Natural Heritage
Scottish Wildlife Trust
New Lanark
The Rural Development Trust
North Lanarkshire Council
Design & Hosting by Digital Routes Ltd
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