Two years ago seasonal Camping Management Byelaws were introduced in certain areas of the National Park. This was to help protect some of the area’s most popular lochshores from environmental damage caused by the high volume of visitors and issues with antisocial behaviour from some campers going back a number of years.
As part of the process of monitoring the byelaws, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park Authority would like to hear the views of local communities on the affect they have had in their local area. They would like to hear all views, so your time and insights are much appreciated.
By taking part in this short survey you will also have the chance to enter a prize draw for a £50 shopping voucher from Jenners.
Communities survey: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=154989863469
They would also like to hear the views of local businesses about the 2017 camping management byelaws that were introduced to some areas of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. This was as a response to the high volumes of camping activity in popular loch shore locations and the impact this was having on the environment, the experience of other visitors and local residents. It is now time to review the impacts of the byelaws and they would like to hear about the affect they have had on your business.
They welcome all views; positive, negative or neutral, to help inform the review and shape any changes to their services and communications around the byelaws between the National Park and the business community. Your time is very much appreciated, as are your insights.
Businesses survey: https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=155195919377