The Peak District National Park Authority is committed to a culture of openness in its dealing with the public and its partners.
Freedom of information
In accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, the Peak District National Park Authority has produced a publication scheme showing the classifications of information that will be made available. In drawing up the scheme, we have adopted a policy of "maximum publication" which allows for all recorded material to be published as a matter of course, unless clear reasons can be given for non-disclosure, such as protecting privacy, copyright, commercial sensitivity etc.
Find out more about freedom of information.
The Data Protection Act 1998 controls how your personal information is used by organisations, businesses or the government. Everyone who is responsible for using data has to follow strict rules.
Find out more about our data protection policies.
In June 2010, the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government committed local authorities to publish items of spending over £500 by January 2011. This forms part of the National Park Authority’s commitment to greater openness and transparency within local government.
The National Park Authority publishes information on local spending and senior salary information.
Find out more about organisational spending.
Senior management roles and salaries
Regulation 4 of the Accounts and Audit (Amendment no. 2) (England) Regulations 2009 introduced a legal requirement for reporting the salaries of senior employees in order to increase transparency and accountability in local government.
Find out more about the Authority's senior management team and salaries.
There may be opportunities for your business to provide goods or services to the Peak District National Park Authority. We publish all of our open tenders on this website. Visit the page regularly to keep up to date with any tender opportunities.