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Outcome 1: Natural Capital

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The Park’s natural resources are enhanced for future generations: important habitats are protected, restored and better connected on a landscape scale.

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Outcome 2: Landscape Qualities

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The Park’s special landscape qualities and sense of place are conserved and enhanced with more opportunities to enjoy and experience them.

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Outcome 3: Climate Change

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The natural environment of the Park is better managed to help mitigate and address the impacts of climate change.

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Outcome 4: Land Partnerships

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New landscape scale partnerships deliver better integrated management of the land and water environment providing multiple benefits for nature and people.

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Outcome 5: Recreation Opportunities

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The National Park has a wide variety of well promoted and managed outdoor recreation opportunities providing for a range of abilities and interests.

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Outcome 10: Placemaking

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The National Park’s towns, villages and countryside are enhanced with investment in the built and historic environment, public spaces and infrastructure.

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