What is the future for nature in our National Park? Despite its inspiring landscapes, historic places and protected status, the National Park is not immune to the global biodiversity crisis and nature is still in trouble here.
Set across the whole Strathard area, the Strathard Framework is planning guidance that identifies geographical sub-areas which are sensitive to or have scope for development or land use change.
Below you’ll find our 2021 Equalities Mainstreaming Report & Equality Outcomes. The report provides an update on the successes and challenges we have had in mainstreaming equality and progressing the equality outcomes we set ourselves in 2017.
We believe that as a National Park Authority, whose fundamental aim is to conserve and enhance the natural heritage of this special part of Scotland, we should be a leading organisation in reducing our greenhouse gas emissions. We’ve made progress…
Reporting on actions to conserve biodiversity in the National Park.
Earlier this month we submitted our draft Indicative Regional Spatial Strategy to the Scottish Government.
As part of our commitment to tackle litter and flytipping in the National Park, we created our Litter Prevention Strategy to outline the areas of focus for us from 2020 to 2023.
Camping is one of the most popular activities undertaken by visitors to the National Park and we are committed to providing a high quality of experience for everyone who comes to camp here.
Protecting and enhancing the trees and woodlands of the National Park is of global importance for nature. Not only can our trees help us to expand habitat networks and improve conservation efforts at a local level, they can also help…
Years 1-3: 2018-2021 Coordinated work is needed from many partners to deliver the ambitious targets set out in our National Park Partnership Plan 2018-23. In these pages we reflect on the first three years of plan delivery and review the…
Below are our most recent annual Planning Performance Frameworks (PPF5, PPF6, PPF7, PPF8 and PPF9) for the National Park.
Sections 31 and 32 of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 imposes duties on the Scottish Government and listed public bodies to publish information on the following types of expenditure as soon as reasonably practicable after each year end:
In 2018 the National Park Authority carried out co-ordinated surveys to establish the status of Scottish wildcats, hybrids and feral cats within the National Park as part of our commitment to the Scottish Wildcat Conservation Action Plan 2013 - 2019. The…
This is an evaluation of visitor experiences of camping in the National Park.