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Dales Tourism Strategy

The National Park Authority has been working with Nidderdale AONB on the development of a new sustainable tourism strategy and action plan for the Yorkshire Dales which will run from 2013 to 2018. The document is not about setting new policy or actions – rather it is about pulling together what is planned by a range of organisations into one place. The draft tourism strategy and action plan is available for consultation. The consultation runs until 7 September 2012.

These documents are also available on our website on these pages:

There is still some work to do, particularly on the action plan, to tighten up what we are looking to do and make the actions more specific and measureable.

Email responses can be sent to myself or Meghann, or by writing to the address below.

Mark Allum
Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

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