The national park management plan brings together and coordinates the work of many different partners who help achieve the purposes and duty of the Peak District National Park.
It aims to encourage integrated approaches that achieve national park purposes in ways that benefit everyone.
The plan is the single most important policy document for the national park.
It consists of a vision and four linked strategic themes which set out what we want to achieve. In turn, each of the themes has four outcomes that give details of the actions needed to achieve those aims.
All the themes and outcomes work together and have equal importance.
The actions are monitored to assess the progress of all the partners involved and regular reports produced on how we are all doing.