Access and infrastructure
Not all plans cover these aspects – they are sometimes dealt with in a separate, add-on plan. There are advantages in having an all-inclusive plan though. This can consider the potential impacts from visitor pressures, as well as the benefits in terms of people engagement, education, support and even income generation.
A description of the access and infrastructure of the site can include anything used or provided for visitors, such as paths, public transport, car parks or visitor centres (as in the example provided). It could include infrastructure used for the management of the site, for example tracks, hides or even offices. Infrastructure that impacts the site, such as powerlines, roads or railways could also be covered.