North Norfolk Coastal Path – final report submitted to Government

20th August 2013

Natural England published a report on 22 July 2013, containing the final proposals for the 41 km stretch of England’s Coast Path which runs between Sea Palling on the east end of the north Norfolk coast and Weybourne in the west. This follows on from a three-month public consultation (15 October 2012 – 11 January 2013) asking for people’s views on the draft proposals for this stretch of coast.

The feedback received has helped to shape the final recommendations ensuring that any local issues are considered. This final report has also been submitted to the Secretary of State for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

The full report and all the forms and guidance on how to make a representation or objection are also available on Natural England’s website.

Sally Fishwick, Senior Adviser at Natural England, said: “This is a beautiful and much-loved stretch of coastline, and we were delighted to receive so many responses from the public consultation. There was interest from everyone in the community – from the general public, landowners and occupiers, to voluntary and membership organisations, as well as local public bodies. This valuable feedback has ensured that the voices of local residents, as well as visitors, have been heard. We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who made the effort to get involved. We appreciate it greatly.”

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