Managing the AONB

Working to manage the AONB takes in all aspects of life on Llŷn ranging from wildlife conservation, tourism, heritage and planning permission to name a few.

The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 introduced new powers to help protect these precious landscapes, and made it compulsory that every Local Authority with an AONB within its boundary should prepare and publish an AONB Management Plan.

Here in Llŷn, there is a period of public consultation on the draft version of the 2015-2020 Management Plan, which continues until Friday, November 10th, 2017.

If you wish to contribute your views, you can do so by post or e-mail. The contact details can be found at the bottom of this page.

Llŷn AONB Draft Management Plan (2015-2020)

Context and Vision

1.0 Introduction

2.0 Context

3.0 Ecosystem Approach

4.0 The Llŷn Peninsula – A Special Place!

5.0 The Vision

Special Qualities

6.0 Coast and Landscape

7.0 Tranquillity and Low Pollution

8.0 Wildlife and Habitat

9.0 Historic Environment

10.0 The Welsh Language and Culture

11.0 People and Community

12.0 Local Produce and Businesses

13.0 Rights of Way and Access

Implementation and Monitoring

14.0 Implementation

15.0 Monitoring

(Click here for a summary of the Scoping Report)