Wandlebury DRAFT Strategic Plan opens for public consultation
CambridgePPF’s Properties and Green Spaces Committee commissioned the preparation of the draft strategic plan for Wandlebury Country Park to set out the charity’s ten year aspirations for the site. The plan aims to provide strategic targets, and the context for the preparation of an annual operational plan of the Park.
Consultation with stakeholders took place in June 2015. It’s time for everyone to get involved in the Public Consultation Draft from now until 31 October 2015.
The aim is to review the plan by 2020. It will include performance indicators which will be reviewed regularly through the charity’s governance structure. Decision-making will be based on evidence and consultation with risks being assessed carefully. Sufficient staff, volunteer and financial resources are likely to be a significant constraint.
This is an ambitious, but necessary plan, which responds to the challenges Wandlebury faces. The charity has a big responsibility to ensure these challenges are met, to make sure that Wandlebury Country Park continues to be a very special place.
Wandlebury Country Park is the jewel in CambridgePPF’s crown and much loved by many people.
Take a look at the Draft Strategic Plan and the Site Plan
Please get involved and add your views and comments via our On-line Questionnaire
You can view and print the paper questionnaire here
DRAFT report on Wandlebury Country Park
A draft of the report on the visitor services and site management changes at Wandlebury Country Park is now available. Click here to view.
The report is being compiled by Mr Len Croney of Pengelly Consulting, Cornwall, an independent consultant with no previous association with CambridgePPF. Mr Croney will be presenting his findings to the members at the AGM and will be answering questions from those present. This is the initial draft of the report and Mr Croney intends to produce his final version following the feedback from the AGM. Please do read it here but bear in mind it is in draft so not intended for publication.
This document has been released close to the AGM because we wanted to allow as much time as possible for a comprehensive assessment to be made of the new arrangements, but this has limited the time available for its circulation.