Around 200 people work for the Lake District National Park Authority. Much of our work is behind the scenes but vital in keeping this corner of England special.
This does not mean keeping things in the past. It's more about taking things from the past into the future. Special projects include:
The National Park has always relied on the people living and working in it. In more recent centuries people have visited here to relax, enjoy themselves and be inspired.
We work with different groups to balance their needs with those of the landscape. Sometimes this requires high-quality negotiating skills to overcome complex and challenging issues.
Our services include:
Our role in planning is not just to control development but to support the management of development with people - not alone.
We are committed to: