Limpopo Nature Reserves - Protected Area Management Plans (Including Public Participation Report)
The Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment & Tourism (LEDET) is the designated management authority for all the Provincial Nature Reserves in the Limpopo Province and is responsible for the compilation of a Protected Area Management Plan (PAMP) for each reserve in accordance with the National Environmental Management: Protected Areas Act, No.57 of 2003. Each PAM Plan is comprised of one five-year Strategic Plan (SP) and five consecutive Annual Plans of Operations (APOs). Each PAM Plan provides an overarching management framework and zonation plan for the protected area and informs the subsequent management activities on the reserve through the five consecutive APO’s. It is a requirement of the Act that the designated management authority (LEDET) engage with interested and affected parties (stakeholders), in the compilation of these plans.
NCC Environmental Services (NCC) was the service provider appointed to compile PAM Plans for 28 of the 43 LEDET Nature Reserves, including all stakeholder engagement activities. As of the 31 March 2013, the PAM Planning process was completed, along with a thorough stakeholder engagement programme.
The Table below provides the completed 5-Year Strategic Plan (2013 – 2018), and the associated Public Participation Report for each of the 28 Nature Reserves. Please download the PDF document for your personal review.
Please address any concerns and/or comments regards the following documents to LEDETs, State Owned Nature Reserve Directorate: http://www.ledet.gov.za/
|Nature Reserve||5-Year Strategic Plan (Download)||Public Participation Report (Download)|
|Rust de Winter||Download||Download|