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The Pentland Hills Regional Park - Annual Report

The Pentland Hills Regional Park has seen another busy year. The 2013/14 annual report outlines changes that have taken place in the Natural Heritage Service; with four Natural Heritage Officers now having responsibility for designated areas in the Park. This will help re-establish links with landowners and farmers as well as maintaining the path network.  

The annual report also highlights improvements to the infrastructure within the Park, as well as the work carried out in the aftermath of the winter storms that took place in late 2013. Partnership working has continued to be crucial for the Service, in particular with Police Scotland and the City of Edinburgh Council’s South West Neighbourhood Community Safety Team in regards to the annual Sheep Worrying Initiative and the Bonaly Problem Solving Partnership.

We hope you enjoy reading the 2013/14 annual report.

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