To achieve strategic alignment a National Park Partnership Plan has been prepared supported by various strategies including:
Provides a special framework for the development and use of the land in the Park
is an outdoor access strategy that positions the National Park as a quality tourism destination and energises partners to deliver the active health agenda
The Forest Strategy provides future direction for the management of existing forests and importantly, guidance on creating new woodlands which enhance the Cairngorms National Park and support its four aims.
The Core Paths Plan – a statutory plan – helps the Park Authority and its partners develop the backbone of paths that support and grow the Park as the place for outdoor activities.
Describes the most important things to do over the next five years and provides a focus for the work of the Cairngorms Nature Partnership.
Aims to develop and diversify the economy of the Cairngorms National Park
Sets out a common agenda for everyone involved and interested in tourism in the Cairngorms National Park
Sets out the investment priorities for community-led Local Development in the Cairngorms National Park
Sets out what is needed to deliver research that benefits the management of the Park, and make the most of the Park in the wider research agendas