November 2018 NPA Town and Parish Council Workshops
The Autumn 2018 Town and Parish workshops presented the review of the South Downs Partnership Management Plan (PMP).
Town and Parish Councils are key partners in delivering the Partnership Management Plan, and we used this round of workshops to encourage Town and Parish Councils to provide more information on the contribution their communities make.
Officers of the South Downs National Park Authority gave a series of presentations to set the context for the PMP review, and provide more information on the Partnership Management Plan outcomes.
We asked Town and Parish Councillors and Clerks to provide details of local projects (current & future) which could contribute to a PMP outcome.
We are asking Town and Parish Councils to provide this information so that we can better understand the contributions which local communities make to achieving the aims and objectives of the Partnership Management Plan.
We are now asking all Town and Parish Councils to submit details of current projects or future projects which may contribute to a PMP outcome, projects don’t need to be led by a Town/Parish Council, they may be local community groups, friends of societies or other local organisations which are delivering local projects.
The important thing, is that we record what’s happening on the ground locally and how it is contributing to the South Downs Partnership Management Plan.
Below you can find a link to the workshop presentations, display panels for each updated Partnership Management Plan outcome and a project proposal form for communities to submit project ideas which could contribute to a PMP outcome.
- Presentation – context, the outcomes, possible projects
- The Partnership Management Plan Outcomes
- Project Proposal template
Please send completed project proposal forms to email@example.com or by post to South Downs Centre, North Street, Midhurst, West Sussex, GU29 9DH.