Following the delegation of new legislative powers to Wales, the Welsh Government has announced a range of proposed new Bills which will affect the Welsh National Parks and how they are managed. The consequences of these proposals could have a significant impact on our National Parks. Accordingly, the Friends, ynghyd â'r Gynghrair ar gyfer Tirweddau Dynodedig Cymreig,,en,mae cyflwyniadau ar ddogfennau ymgynghori isod,,en,yn nhrefn dyddiad ein hymatebion gyda'r diweddaraf ar y brig,,en (AfWDL) and the Welsh National Park Societies (PCCA), are closely monitoring any new proposals and, if thought appropriate, responding to them as and when the consultation documents are launched. The Friends’ submissions on consultation documents are below, in date order of our responses with the latest at the top.
The Friends made a significant contribution to AfNP Cymru’s response to the Welsh Government on this consultation. To see the full response, please click here.
The Friends made a significant contribution to AfNP Cymru’s response to the Welsh Government on this consultation.
To see the full response, please click here.
The Friends make a major contribution to the submission by the Alliance for National Parks Cymru to the consultation of the welsh Government on “A Strategic Framework for Welsh Agriculture.
To see the full submission please click here.
In the middle of June,the Friends submitted evidence on the Environment (Wales) Bill to the Environment & Sustainability Committee. This evidence was submitted jointly with the other National Park Societies in Wales and the Alliance for National Parks Cymru.
To see the full submission presented at the end of May please click here.