The recent storms, not surprisingly, have thrown up a lot of marine-borne litter. Could you help lend a hand to keep Scilly special?
If so please contact the AONB Staff Team.
The Isles of Scilly AONB Partnership is pleased to announce that Cllr Amanda Martin as been appointed as the new Chair of the AONB Partnership.
The AONB Joint Advisory Committee (JAC) has approved new Terms of Reference, Operation and Governance as part of the AONB Partnership’s Governance and Structure Review.
Every five years the AONB Management Plan is reviewed to set out the AONB Partnership’s priorities for this outstanding landscape.
The AONB Partnership will soon be developing the 2015-2020 Plan for Scilly.
Public consultation is a vital part of this process and both residents and visitors to Scilly will have the opportunity to input into the new AONB Management Plan during a series of public consultations. These public consultations are due to begin in the summer of 2014.