Planning officers also recommended its approval subject to a number of conditions, but the Lake District National Park Authority's development control committee voted 7-4 against on the grounds of the impact on the landscape.
What does LDNP stand for?
LDNP stands for Lake District National Park (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
After serving in WWII, he took a correspondence course in writing and later returned to the Lake District, working as a regional organizer and as the first warden of the Lake District National Park.
The Lake District National Park has introduced a 35-strong fleet of electric bicycles for hire.
Steve Gallagher, the former head of Knowsley Council, has been drafted in to investigate the management of the Lake District National Park Authority.
PLANS to create England's biggest wind farm on the edge of the Lake District National Park have been rejected, it was announced yesterday.
Hikers attacked the Lake District National Park Authority when it announced earlier this year that the walks would be stopped, branding the decision, 'political correctness gone mad'.
Byline: George Tyndale THE people who run the Lake District National Park are to consider axing a programme of guided walks because those attracted to take part are 'middle-aged, middle-class white people'.
The Lake District National Park Authority was due to end around 400 free walks for up to 4,000 people provided each year for the area's 14 million visitors.