Lancashire Health and Wellbeing Board

Actions

3.1 Countryside Access
Action Targets and Timescales Partners
3.1C Seek to install least restrictive access furniture and to provide appropriate signage on strategic and AONB 'Promoted Routes'
'Access for all' provided on at least one route per year
Annually
Hold meetings with PRoW teams to raise awareness of importance of appropriate signage in the AONB (e.g. materials)
2015
Develop a monitoring system with PRoW teams to flag reports relating to signage renewal in the AONB
2015
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3.2 Public Rights of Way and Access Land
Action Targets and Timescales Partners
3.1D Continue to identify and facilitate the development of strategic routes linking neighbouring urban areas and other visitor destinations to the AONB, with priority given to: l extension Lune Valley multi-use route l extensions to North Lancashire bridleway l Settle (Pennine Bridleway) to Gisburn Forest link
Seek inclusion of priority strategic routes in review of LCC RoWIP
2014
Continue landowner negotiations and development of route for Settle to Gisburn Forest link
2014
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3.6 Audience Development
Action Targets and Timescales Partners
3.6C Develop an outreach project (particularly working in neighbouring urban areas) to encourage new audiences that traditionally do not know about or visit the AONB to engage with the Bowland landscape through events and activities
Review pilot 'Bowland Outreach' Project
2014
Funding secured for continuation of 'Bowland Outreach' Project, if agreed
2015
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