Working in Partnership
We work with partners, business, land owners and communities to develop long term plans for the Park, in order to achieve our collective aims
Cairngorms National Park Partnership Plan 2017 - 2022
The National Park Partnership Plan is the management for the Cairngorms National Park that is approved by Scottish Ministers
Strategy and Policy
We help in the development of the Park strategy in consultation with partners, public sector, business, communities and land owners.
Proposed Local Development Plan 2020
We are consulting on the Proposed Local Development Plan (LDP) 2020 for a period of ten weeks and we would like your views.
All local authorities and National Park Authorities must prepare an LDP which directs development within an area for a five year period, setting out land allocations to deliver appropriate development in the right places and policies that will clearly help guide future decisions on planning applications.
Download the Proposed Plan and submit your comments here
Come and talk with us!
There are a number of drop-in events around the Cairngorms National Park. See below.
Public drop-in events
|Event location||Date ||Time
|Braemar Village Hall||7 February||3-7pm
|Tomintoul Richmond Hall||11 February||3-7pm
|Eleven41 Gallery, High Street, Kingussie||12 February||3-7pm
|The Hub, Aviemore||18 February||3-7pm
|Ballater Station, VIC/ Library||19 February||3-7pm
|Blair Atholl Village Hall||21 February||3-7pm
|CNPA office, Grantown||25 February||3-7pm
Working Groups and Advisory Forums
A number of Working Groups and Forums take place across the Park. These groups have the specialist knowledge to advise us on aspects of the Park which feed into our strategy and policy development.
The specialist areas include
Outdoor access, nature, land management, economy and deer, as well as specialist strategy groups