Every national park authority1 must, within three years after its operational date2, prepare and publish a national park management plan, which formulates its policy for the management of the relevant park and for the carrying out of its functions in relation to that park3. An authority must review its plan within five years of its operational date and thereafter at intervals not exceeding five years4. Where an authority reviews any plan5 it must:
(1) determine on that review whether it would be expedient to amend the plan and what amendments would be appropriate6;
(2) make any amendments it considers
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