Publications:

MSc Coasteering in the National Park – Ant Rogers

Here is the finishing paragraph of the conclusion of the above dissertation:

“Perceptions of coasteering amongst those engaged in other forms of recreation were generally positive. Many recreational users appeared highly tolerant of different user types, even when they stated that they were seeking tranquillity. This provides a solid platform from which to build consensus amongst different user groups where conflict occurs. The pro-active approach of the PCNPA in managing recreation in the Park through engagement with bodies such as the Pembrokeshire Coastal Forum and the Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group is key in ensuring the sustainable development of this novel and inherently non-polluting way of enjoying the special features of the National Park.”