Have your say on draft National Park plan

Gill Walker, Andy Biddulph, Gordon Watson, James Stuart, Ben Anderson and Jamie Proudfoot with large version of park plan
Norette Ferns

Have your say on a plan setting out key priorities for the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park by taking part in a public consultation.

Views are currently being sought on the draft National Park Partnership Plan 2018-2023 which sets out a vision for how the Park Authority and its partners will work together to further develop the benefits the National Park can offer Scotland's environment, society, culture and economy.

Through their public consultation the Park Authority want to know your views and whether you agree with:

  • The overall vision statements
  • The 13 priority outcomes we propose to work towards
  • The suggested priorities for action to achieve these outcomes

James Stuart, Convener of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, said:

"The National Park is a truly special place and this plan proposes how we along with a wide range of other organisations, can work together over the next five years to look after, enhance and make the most of it. By working collaboratively with all of our partners we can achieve a much greater impact.

"The focus is on big priorities for action that are most likely to make a lasting difference to the area, its communities, the people who visit and to the Scottish economy.

"This is an exciting time for the National Park and we want people to get involved in planning the future of the area by telling us what they think of the vision set out in this draft plan."

The 12-week consultation on the draft National Park Partnership Plan 2018-2023 will run until Monday 3 July.

To read the draft National Park Partnership Plan 2018-2023 and respond to the consultation go to www.lochlomond-trossachs.org/consultations