National Park Management Plan Consultation - 2018
YOUR DALES, YOUR VIEWS
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Management Plan (NPMP) is the single most important document for the park and there is a statutory duty to review it every five years.
A new Plan is being prepared by a partnership of 16 local organisations who are all directly involved in delivering services or managing land in the National Park. It sets out a vision for the kind of place that we want the National Park to be in years to come and, crucially, some of the specific steps that a range of bodies could take to help and support local people and businesses to achieve that vision. The draft Plan has been produced following an initial public consultation last year, and months of work by seven groups of local organisations who were asked to come up with initial ideas.
Now we want to know what you think
The Draft National Park Management Plan is now available for you to review.DOWNLOAD THE PLAN
Please let us have your views. Tell us if you think we have identified the things that would most benefit the communities, businesses, wildlife, landscape and heritage of the area over the coming five years.
Between 9 March and 30 April 2018 we will be collecting your feedback - positive or negative, but hopefully all constructive. You can let us know what you think in the following 3 ways:
- Complete the survey below
- Email your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Write to:
Carl Lis, Chairman, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
The new Plan will be published before the end of 2018 and look forward from 2019 through to 2024.