On the 10th of April the public consultation will begin on the National Park Partnership Plan 2018-2023.
The Plan sets out our vision for Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and proposes, for public consultation, how the National Park Authority and a wide range of partner organisations, and interested parties, can work together over the next five years to look after, enhance and make the most of the special landscape of the National Park.
With this Plan we aim to further develop the many benefits that the National Park can offer Scotland’s environment, society, culture and economy.
This new Plan proposes 13 key outcomes that we believe we should work towards and suggests the main priorities for action, which will achieve a shared vision for the area.
Through the public consultation on this Plan we want to hear what people think and encourage individuals and businesses to feedback on these suggested priorities.
The public consultation will be live on the National Park website from 10th of April.