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A new Jurassic Coast plan > have your say

  • by JW

The body which looks after the East Devon coast is drawing up a new plan – and would like the public to give some feedback:


The Jurassic Coast Trust is in the process of creating a new Partnership Plan document, in collaboration with a wide variety of stakeholders. This will be published towards the end of 2019 and will guide management of the World Heritage Site over the next five years.

The Plan will take in conservation and preservation of the Site, how the Site impacts on the local economy, and how the Site can play an active role in the lives of local communities.


We would love to hear your views!

You can contribute your views on the new Plan using our online survey, a printed version of the survey, or by sending them directly to the Jurassic Coast Trust. See links below.

The Jurassic Coast Trust will also be running drop-in consultation sessions across the Jurassic Coast in September 2019. Dates and venues will be announced towards the end of August.

Online Survey


Send your views directly to the Jurassic Coast Trust by email 

Partnership Plan Consultation | Jurassic Coast Trust


The Herald carries the press release asking for input from the public:


Have your say on the Jurassic Coast’s future

The public is being asked to help draw up a new blueprint for the future management of the Jurassic Coast.

The trust which manages the site, stretching from Exmouth, in East Devon, to Studland, in Dorset, is creating a new partnership plan document in collaboration with a wide variety of stakeholders.

The partnership plan will replace the current site management plan, which, along with a copy of the new draft plan, can be seen by clicking on the Trust’s website here.

The completed surveys should be sent directly to the Jurassic Coast Trust at

The deadline for responses to the survey is Friday, October 4.

Once an amended version of the plan is agreed by the Jurassic Coast Partnership and approved by Historic England, it will be adopted by Dorset Council and Devon County Council before being formally submitted to DCMS and UNESCO.

Have your say on the Jurassic Coast’s future