Our work

Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

National Landscapes are very lucky to have a loyal existing audience. People fall in love with National Landscapes and continue to visit throughout their lives, and we hope they continue to visit, enjoy and care. But we know that there are significant barriers for some and that people from certain backgrounds are underrepresented in National Landscapes, as visitors, residents and members of our staff teams. These groups include people from ethnic minority backgrounds, people from disadvantaged groups, neurodiverse people, people with reduced mobility, people from the LGBTQIA+ community, people from urban areas.

As a network, we want to ensure that we wherever we can, we remove these barriers. Everyone should be able to enjoy and celebrate beautiful places. We know there is much more to do, but we have begun the journey. Our new National Landscapes brand has been designed to be as accessible as possible, with input from representatives of underserved groups. There are great examples of work by National Landscapes teams to remove barriers to access and they continue to build on this positive start.