The consultation on the review of our Core Paths Plan will be open from Friday 23rd November 2018 until 5pm on Friday 15th February 2019.
The draft Plan and the consultation questions can be accessed here. We are encouraging anyone with an interest in our Core Path network to take time to review the proposed updates to the Plan and share your response to it via the online consultation survey. The consultation asks you to let us know your thoughts on the proposed updates and also gives you the ability to draw any suggested path additions, deletions or realignments directly onto the digital map.
Paper copies of the maps and consultation questions are also available at the following locations:
We have tried to make the consultation system easy to read and understand but if you have a query about anything then drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also let us know if you require any of these consultation materials in large print.
We’ll also be holding some dedicated drop-in sessions for you to come and ask us any questions you may have about the review or let us know your thoughts in person. These will be taking place at the following times:
By responding to the consultation you are agreeing to let Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority process your personal information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018; specifically its storage and use by members of staff working on the Core Paths Plan Review 2018, who may contact you regarding your response or to update you on the review process.
In the event of an unresolved objection, your personal information may be forwarded to the Scottish Governments Reporters Unit, who may use it to contact you regarding your response. The National Park Authority will publish anonymised consultation responses online after the consultation period has ended. We will retain your personal information for the duration of the review which will end when the revised plan is adopted. Remember, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time, by emailing email@example.com or by sending a request in writing to the National Park Authority.