Now Mr Diviani is no longer leader of EDDC perhaps the idea of a Jurassic National Park can be resuscitated – he and his council were against this as they didn’t want to lose their control over planning (over-developing) the site:
And surely we are not in the situation of caring what our CEO then and now thinks?
“The public is being asked to help draw up a new blueprint for the future management of the Jurassic Coast.
The survey is here:
The trust which manages the site, stretching from Exmouth, in East Devon, to Studland, in Dorset, is creating a new partnership plan document in collaboration with a wide variety of stakeholders.
It will be published towards the end of this year and will guide management of the World Heritage Site over the next five years.
The plan will take in conservation and preservation of the site, how the site impacts on the local economy and how it can play an active role in the lives of local communities.
As part of the creation of the new partnership plan, a consultation process is being untaken from now until the end of September.
A spokesman for the Jurassic Coast Trust said: “The new partnership plan is an important document, representing a tangible expression of the partnership that looks after the Jurassic Coast.
“It explains the reasons for the Jurassic Coast’s World Heritage designation, and how it is protected and managed.
“It also outlines the aims, policies, actions and aspirations for managing the site over the coming years.”
The partnership plan is a formal requirement and will replace the current site management plan, which, along with a copy of the new draft plan, can be seen by clicking on the Trust’s website here Alternatively a copy can be requested by telephoning the Trust’s office on 01308 807000.
People going online can contribute their views directly or they can download a printed version of the survey to fill in later.
The completed surveys should be sent directly to the
Jurassic Coast Trust,
or by post to:
Partnership Plan Consultation,
Jurassic Coast Trust,
Dorset DT6 3JP
The Jurassic Coast Trust will also be running drop-in consultation sessions across the World Heritage Site area in September. Dates and venues will be announced towards the end of this month.
The deadline for responses to the survey is Friday, October 4. All comments received as part of the consultation will be collated. A report will be produced by the Jurassic Coast Partnership detailing the responses and indicating how the plan will be subsequently amended.
The report will be made available online and to anyone who has asked to be sent updates on the progress of the plan.
Once an amended version of the plan is agreed by the Jurassic Coast Partnership and approved by Historic England, it will be adopted by Dorset Council and Devon County Council before being formally submitted to DCMS and UNESCO.”