The Parish of Breamore, earlier called 'Brumore', which possibly meant a moor where
The uniqueness of Breamore means that much of the area covered by the Parish is not
only subject to normal planning laws but there are a large number of listed buildings
all requiring special consents for any work which may alter the nature or style of
the building, its structure and the interior layout.
Within the Parish is the Marsh and River Avon, both are listed as Sites of Special
Scientific Interest (SSSI). Other parts of the Parish fall within the Cranbourne
Chase and West Wiltshire Downs - Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The River valley has been designated as an Environmentally Sensitive Area (ESA) by
There are also 127.5 hectares of Sites of Importance for Nature Conservation (SINC's)
in the Parish.
Village Design Statement available from Parish Council.
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