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Figure 1 Location Site Location Plan and Context


Map of South Wales, Emanuel Bowen, 1729 not to scale

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A map of the County of Glamorgan from an Actual Survey, George Yates, 1799

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Figure 2 Bowen’s and Yates’s county maps, 1729 and 1799


Source: J. Childs, Penllergare: An Appreciation of the Place, People and Context (2003)

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Figure 3 The Ordnance Survey Surveyor’s Drawing, 1813


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Figure 4 The Ordnance Survey Old Series map, 1830


Source: J. Childs, Penllergare: An Appreciation of the Place, People and Context (2003)

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Figure 5 Llangyfelach tithe map, 1838


Source: R. Morris, Penllergare: A Victorian Paradise (1999)

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Figure 15 Panorama of Penllergare from the East


Source: R. Morris, Penllergare: A Victorian Paradise (1999)

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Figure 16 Ordnance Survey first edition six inch map, 1875–8


Source:The Penllergare Trust

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Figure 20 Air Photograph, 1946


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Llysdinam Trust, leased to BJ Holdings Ltd Penllergare Demesne Lands Settlement

Note: Boundaries are indicative for illustrative purposes only and do not convey any rights or claims to ownership

Penllergare Estates Ltd other, private residential Dillwyn Settlement City and County of Swansea

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Figure 21 Ownership


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Figure 22 not to scale

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Location of Sites and Monuments by Cambria Archaeology


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Wet grassland and rhos

Historic speciesrich hedgerow

Standing water and riparian habitats

Mixed deciduous and wet woodland

Other: Bracken, semi-improved grassland, scrub willow and birch

Plantations, mainly conifer

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Figure 23 Simplified Ecological Habitats 2002


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Narrow, stepped and steep accesses

Pedestrian entrance

Unsurfaced accesses

Primary surfaced access route

Adjacent bus stops and route

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Figure 24 Access to Valley Woods


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Open grassland or parkland

Pasture woodland or Rhos

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Figure 25 An Interpretation of Open Ground Management in 1877


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Lower Lake

Council Offices

Graig Neddfwch Wood

Upper Lake and Terraced Gardens

Southern Woodlands and River Valley

Cae Pant

Glan-yr-afon Fields

The Walled Garden The Quarry and Upper Lodge

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Eastern Valley Woods

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Middle Lodge Park

Site Description Areas


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Sites of national importance usually SAM’s or listed buildings Sites of regional importance Sites of local importance Penllergare

Figure 27 Cultural Heritage Constaints, Cambria Archaeology


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Native woodland

Wetland habitat

Pasture woodland and parkland

Continuous cover woodland

Major areas of new woodland planting and regeneration

Hay-cut rhos and aftermath pasture

Ornamental woodland

Silt disposal area

Woodland glade management

Cultivated Gardens

N.B. Riparian zone not seperately indicated

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Figure 28 Proposed Landscape Management


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Figure 29 Visitor Facilities Options


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