Peatland activity to be significantly expanded to help National Park become a ‘carbon sink’ for Scotland
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Measures including more tree planting, sustainable transport services, affordable housing for local people and a ‘nature first’ approach to development are just some of the proposals set out as part of the step change required to ensure Loch Lomond &…
Members of the Callander community joined local Councillors and National Park Authority representatives at Bracklinn Falls, for the official opening of the new Bracklinn Bridge.
Newly elected National Park Board Convener Heather Reid shares her thoughts on leading our Board at this pivotal time for our National Park.
Ranger Service Manager Leigh Hamilton tells us about her work engaging businesses around Loch Lomond to participate in water safety training.
James Stuart served eight years on the National Park Authority Board, stepping down as Convener in February after the maximum two terms. He shares his thoughts on the highlights and challenges during his eight years on the Board:
Work to install a replacement bridge at Bracklinn Falls in Callander has been completed and the popular site has reopened to local walkers and visitors.
A raft of improvements to visitor infrastructure across Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park moves forward this month, ahead of what is expected to be another busy visitor season.
Construction work is underway to install the new Bracklinn Bridge in Callander, with contractors on site from 9th January to begin erecting the bridge.
By Simon Jones, Director of Environment at Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority
Dr Heather Reid, a science education consultant and former weather forecaster with the Met Office and BBC Scotland, has been elected to become the new Convener of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
An app trialled to encourage National Park visitors to leave their car and plan more sustainable journeys has reached its 10,000th journey within a year.
James Stuart, Convenor of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority, said: “Today (Monday 31st October) the National Park Authority Board refused an application for a marine fish farm below Beinn Reithe, Loch Long. “This decision was taken following…
Upgrade works taking place October 2022 – March 2023.
There is one week remaining for anyone with an interest in Loch Lomond to share their views on the proposed changes to the Loch’s byelaws.