WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Review of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB Management Plan
WE NEED YOUR HELP – Please complete our survey!
The Clwydian Range and Dee Valley AONB is a working landscape of farms, forests and moorland, rich in wildlife and history which is hugely valued as a place to walk, cycle and to enjoy many other activities. It is also a place to appreciate the spectacular views, fresh air and relax from the busy lives we all lead.
The AONB management plan, identifies why this nationally important landscape is special. The plan looks at the issues and opportunities that affect the Area and sets out an action plan for the future.
The current plan is the Management Plan 2014-2019. It is now 6 years old and due for review. A lot has happened in that time, many of the issues and opportunities we face now were not imagined when it was written.
We need to refresh the management plan to enable us to meet the challenges we face such as the climate and ecological emergencies, agricultural reform and Covid-19, to enable the AONB to continue to thrive and deliver all it does for its residents and visitors.
Did You Know?
There are a number of ways you can help with the review.
The next management plan will cover the 5 year period 2020-2025. The Clywdian Range and Dee Valley AONB Partnership has commissioned JBA Consulting to work alongside the Partnership to develop a comprehensive and accessible plan.
We need your help to make sure we include all the important issues and opportunities to inform our thinking. We need this to ensure that we have the best possible plan to help us keep the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty a wonderful place to live, work and visit for the years to come.
1. Complete our short (5 minute) survey to gather views about how people value and engage with the AONB and priorities for future management of the AONB.
2. To give us a more detailed response as to issues and opportunities for the AONB you believe need addressing in the new management plan, please email the JBA project team.
3. Attend one of our events, details of which will be published soon on the AONB website and social media channels: