I have particularly enjoyed working on the million pound development of a new jetty at Brockhole on Lake Windermere, with the Lake District National Park Authority.
What does LDNPA stand for?
LDNPA stands for Lake District National Park Authority (UK)
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This will be done by working closely with the National Trust, the Lake District National Park Authority and English Heritage to ensure that the works are sympathetic to the setting and character of the castle and will, where possible, reinstate original features.
Outraged hikers attacked the Lake District National Park Authority when it announced the walks would be stopped, branding the decision, 'political correctness gone mad'.
The Lake District National Park Authority was due yesterday to axe about 400 free walks provided each year for the area's 14 million visitors.
She made the decision to drive a speedboat across the lake in protest at a Lake District National Park Authority ruling to introduce a 10 mph speed-limit on nearby Windermere.
The Lake District National Park Authority (LDNPA) turned down the controversial application for the 1,200 metre zip wire to be built at the 658 metre summit of Fleetwith Pike in Cumbria.