A ten year project costing £200,000 is taking place on the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall.
The Trelowarren estate is working alongside Natural England to restore the estate's iconic Double Lodges and return the surrounding land to natural Cornish heath - its original 1750s landscape.
If all goes according to plan the former lodges will soon be restored to their former glory. The history of Trelowarren and the Vyvyan family goes back 600 years and in 1930 a visit here fired Daphne du Maurier's imagination, when she described the estate in her diary as 'the most beautiful place imaginable.'
The land around the Lodges will gradually be restored to Cornish Heath and Cattle will be used to graze on it.
You can see Jeff Welch's report below: