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Have your say in the future of protected landscapes

“Our protected landscapes are England’s finest gems and we owe a huge debt to past generations who had the wisdom to preserve them.” – Julian Glover

As part of The Government’s 25 year Environment Plan, an independent review of England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs) is being undertaken. As part of the review a public call for evidence has been launched, giving you a unique opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions, using their survey, on England’s protected landscapes and their future.

The review, led by writer Julian Glover, will explore how these iconic landscapes meet the public’s needs in the 21st century – including whether there is scope for the current network of 34 AONBs and 10 National Parks to expand – and explore how access to these beloved landscapes can be improved, how those who live and work in them can be better supported, and their role in growing the rural economy.

The last day to give feedback is the 18th of December.

Read more:

The Government’s 25 year Environment Plan
Background to the Landscape Review
Start the Survey