Lake District Communities and World Heritage Status

Closed 18 Mar 2019

Opened 13 Feb 2019

Results expected 26 Mar 2019

Overview

The Lake District became a World Heritage Site in 2017. ACTion with Communities in Cumbria is working with the Lake District National Park Partnership to find out what World Heritage Status means for the people who live and work in Cumbria.

This survey is part of a drive to raise awareness of World Heritage Status - what it is and what we can do with it.

 

Why We Are Consulting

ACT gathered community feedback at focussed events in November 2018. We are keen to add your opinion to this feedback and establish priorities.

The aim of this survey is to continue conversations between members of the Partnership and the communities where World Heritage Status may have an impact - positive or negative.  Your responses will help identify the main challenges and opportunities presented, and help the Partnership ensure that communities benefit from WHS.

What Happens Next

Headline feedback from this survey will be used to inform a round-up event in Keswick on Tuesday March 26th 2019. More detailed analysis of this survey will be available as a report from ACT in April 2019.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgender
  • Black and Minority Ethnic
  • Disability
  • Gender
  • Religion/Faith
  • Age
  • Rurality
  • Equalities
  • Director of Finance
  • Council finances
  • Council tax
  • Economic Regeneration
  • Tourism/Tourism Networks
  • Tourist Information Centres
  • Jobs
  • Business
  • Contaminated Land
  • Pest Control
  • Recycling & Environment
  • Parks and open spaces
  • Environmental health
  • Waste management
  • Financial Services
  • Housing Enablement
  • Housing Research
  • Supported Housing
  • General housing
  • Corporate Services
  • Elections and Democracy
  • Human Resources
  • Licensing
  • Arts and Culture
  • Children and Young People
  • Cultural Services
  • Museums
  • Parks and Open Spaces
  • Aboroculture
  • Access
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Local Plans
  • Spatial planning
  • Policing
  • Fire & Rescue
  • Trading Standards
  • Road safety
  • Emergency planning
  • Other emergency services
  • Community Safety
  • Roads & highways
  • Primary schools
  • Secondary schools
  • Nursery education
  • Sixth form/FE colleges
  • Childrens social care
  • Adults social care
  • Adoption and fostering
  • Older people
  • Health & well-being
  • General interest
  • Communications
  • Policy & Performance
  • Local Taxation
  • Revenues & Benefits
  • Consultation
  • Local Strategic Partnership
  • Parking
  • Performance
  • Policy
  • Technical Services