A specific and detailed process was followed in the development of the Snowdon Plan with widespread consultation and engagement with stakeholders.
how we created the plan
community drop-in sessions
In order to get a good understanding of the priority challenges and opportunities for the communities of the area, drop-in sessions were held at Llanberis, Waunfawr and Beddgelert. To view the report on the drop-in sessions click here.
an open seminar
The Seminar brought together the local community and stakeholders to discuss how to capitalise on opportunities and manage challenges and issues appropriately. Around half of the 100 participants present at the seminar had already attended drop-in sessions in October, with the remainder taking part for the first time. The seminar allowed people to reflect on the Partnership and to explore ideas about the Partnership’s aims and remit which were raised at the drop-in sessions by local people, landowners/occupiers, user groups and other interested people.
To view the report from the seminar, which provides an overview of the event and observations and contributions of participants click here.
In November 2016 five focus groups where held with a wide range of stakeholders to explore in detail the way forward on all the issues raised during the consultation. Below are the full reports from each of the focus groups.
consultation on the draft plan
An online consultation on the Snowdon Partnership Plan was held in July 2017. In addition a drop-in session was held in Llanberis for those who wanted to give feedback face to face. A specific meeting was also held for landowners and a conference was held for high level stakeholders (see images below).
The report on the final consultation is available to download below. It includes a summary of the agreed changes following the consultation: