The most important management plan for the Broads is being developed and the Broads Authority wants everyone to have their say.
The Authority is currently inviting comments on the revised draft Broads Plan, which is being reviewed and updated. A new plan will be implemented in April 2017, covering the period 2017-22.
A partnership plan, coordinated by the Broads Authority, it sets out a long-term vision for the Broads and guiding strategic actions for the benefit of the environment, local communities and visitors.
Andrea Long, Director of Planning and Resources, said: “The Broads Authority would like to hear what people think about managing water resources and flood risk, biodiversity, agriculture, navigation, landscape character, the historic environment, climate change, recreational experiences, connecting and inspiring people, and raising awareness of the Broads, or anything else which is important to them.”
The revised draft plan is available online at www.broads-authority.gov.uk/broadsconsultations
You can also view it at the Broads Authority’s Yare House office or at many local libraries and council offices.
Please send your comments by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Maria Conti, Strategy and Projects Officer, Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road, Norwich NR1 1RY, to arrive by 4pm on Friday 30 December 2016.