To conserve and enhance the extraordinary harmony and beauty of the Lake District landscape, its Special Qualities, including the attributes of Outstanding Universal Value.
How World Heritage Site Status can be incorporated into our planning policies without appearing as a perceived barrier to all development.
We will support a policy which recognises that the attributes of Outstanding Universal Value all reflect the Special Qualities that distinguish the Lake District as a UK National Park.
We want the extraordinary harmony and beauty of the Lake District landscape, its Special Qualities, including the attributes of Outstanding Universal Value, to be conserved and enhanced.
We will achieve this by:
If there appears that there is a conflict between National Park purposes, we shall attach greater weight to the purpose of conserving and enhancing the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the Lake District National Park.
All development proposals should protect, promote, make sustainable use of the Special Qualities including the attributes Outstanding Universal Value, and enhance the authenticity, integrity and significance of the Lake District.
It’s really important that residents, businesses and stakeholders get involved during the consultation phase to tell us if you think what we are suggesting is right. Your answers to the questions in this survey will help us consider everyone's views and to re-draft the plan where necessary. Consultation closes on Friday 29 June.
By completing this survey you will have the chance to win £1000 of Lake District currency. For further information please see terms and conditions.