Under SWEEP, a variety of difference tools were co-created, designed to meet the needs of our partners to enable them to incorporate the natural environment in their decision making.
North Devon Marine Natural Capital Plan Geodatabase
A web-based mapping and data sharing platform.
The Habitat Classification tool & Habitat Change Detection tool
This tool enables consistent, and annually repeatable, mapping of habitats across the extent of Dartmoor.
A Cornish word meaning ‘eye’, Lagas is an Environmental intelligence platform for Cornwall’s natural assets.
Lagas provides mapping tools to help understand the rich Cornish landscape and environment. Through these
Natural Environment Valuation Online tool
Designed to help users explore, quantify and make predictions about the benefits that are derived from
Operational coastal Wave and Water Level model
OWWL is a forecasting system designed to predict waves, water levels, and wave overtopping hazard around the
Regional Development Resources
This SWEEP Resource Pack has been prepared to inform local authorities and councils. It draws from across
Sustainable Drainage System strategic screening and opportunity mapping tools
SuDS Strategic Screening Tool and SuDS Opportunity Mapping Tool.
Tools for Tree, Hedgerow, and Woodland (THaW) Mapping.
THaW Mapping Toolbox Strategic Screening Tool and The THaW Change Detection Tool.
Saltmarsh Realignment Model
Use of natural capital approaches to assess the nature and value of the ecosystem services generated by habitat change as well as funding options for estuary re-alignment.
Modelling software used in SWEEP (but developed outside of SWEEP) to help target grassland management that benefits pollinators.
The Outdoor Recreation Valuation tool (ORVal) is a web application used in SWEEP, developed outside of SWEEP by the Land, Environment, Economics and Policy (LEEP) Institute at the University of Exeter with funding support provided by DEFRA.
The primary purpose is to provide information that might be useful to government, businesses and communities in understanding the benefits that are derived from accessible greenspace in England, for example, as part of strategic or project appraisal, policy evaluation or natural capital accounting