Well, we are feeling really good this week in the LIVE Park team! Not only is the weather really sunny, we met the deadline to complete and publish no fewer than eleven reports for our Board meeting a week on Monday.
The LIVE Park Team have been busy reviewing all your feedback and this week we started site visits to check some of the issues raised – fortunately the weather has been good! It is great to receive such a range
With the end of the LIVE Park consultation period last Monday, we just wanted to share an update of what we are doing with your feedback. We’ll use this blog to provide a series of short updates over the coming weeks and
The Drymen Show was the perfect opportunity for the LIVE Park team to speak to a wider range of the Park‘s communities and those who visit regularly – either because they live close to the Park or visiting from further
As mentioned in our earlier blog post, we wanted to explore the infrastructure questions that have been raised. The irritation in many of our lives as we go about our day to day lives – poor broadband, either too many
This week is a busy week for our Planners going along to community meetings and events around the Park. The LIVE Park team is enjoying getting out and hearing your views. There has been some good discussion so far at
Hello – Stuart here. I’m the Forward Planning Manager at the National Park. Now that the first week of our Planning consultation on LIVE Park has passed, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what we’re hearing so
Hello and welcome to our very first ever blog for LIVE Park. I’m Anna: I’m a mum who lives and works in the National Park. I’m going to be one of the bloggers providing you with regular updates on what’s happening.