Uplands & Moorlands Masterplan Consultation

Weather permitting  a small group of us plan on going to Blackamoore or Stanage on Sunday where a local expert will give us a guided tour of some managed landscape and some much less managed landscape to gain an appreciation of the differences and better understand the likely effect on the Sheffield Moors Partnership Final Draft Masterplan – September 2012 (opens as PDF file).  We’re then going to see a slide show of shots taken in the area over the past decade.

Sheffield Moors Partnership Steering Group would greatly welcome comments on their draft masterplan which is intended to be a live document. Key actions will be reviewed annually during the first 5 years with inputs from wider stakeholders which the Steering Group will amend as necessary. 

Send your response by Friday 23rd November to Nick Sellwood at Dark Peak Area Office, Edale End, Hope, Hope Valley, Derbs S33
Email nick.sellwood@nationaltrust.org.uk 
Dark Peak Area Office: 01433 670903 
White Peak Area Office: 01335 350503
 
Other useful links and contacts are: 
peakdistrict@nationaltrust.org.uk
www.facebook.com/peakdistrictnationaltrust 
http://peakdistrictnt.blogspot.com
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/peakdistrict 
http://twitter.com/PeakDistrictNT
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One Response to Uplands & Moorlands Masterplan Consultation

  1. Pingback: Blackamoor, Uplands & Lowlands Consultation Fact-Finding | Action for Involvement

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