Green fields highlighted by sunrays through heavy clouds from Curbar Edge


Peak District millstones on hillside near Stanage

Current consultations

Links to all the consultations that we run will appear in this section of the website.

Consultation on Planning Policy Documents and Applications: Statement of Community Involvement

The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) explains how the National Park Authority will involve individuals, local communities and stakeholders in the preparation and revision of planning policy documents and the determination of planning applications.

The SCI requires updating at least every 5 years and we are seeking your views on a draft Statement of Community Involvement.

Further details can be found on our planning policy page.

Please feel free to comment on anything you think may help us improve the document overall.

To comment on the draft SCI you can:

The consultation is open from Friday 26th May to Monday 24th July 2023.

Should you require a paper version of this document please contact us on or 01629 816200.

Consultation on Disposal of Open Space Land: Brockett Booth Plantation, Hope Valley

Deadline for responses: midnight 25 May 2023

The Peak District National Park Authority intends to dispose of land at Brockett Booth Plantation, Hope Valley S33 8WB. PA eriod of consultation

Any objections to the proposed disposal must be made in writing to Louckia Taylor, Assistant Solicitor Peak District National Park Authority, Aldern House, Baslow Road, Bakewell, Derbyshire DE45 1AE, by no later than 25 May 2023.

Details and documents for Brocket Booth Plantation consultation.

Recent consultations

Footpath at Bonsall

We consulted on a proposal to change the route of public footpath No 31 that runs south-east of Brightgate Farm, between Bonsall and Wensley. The consultation ended on Thursday 12 January 2023.

Details of the Bonsall Footpath order.

National Park Authority car parks: changes to Byelaws and Parking Orders (Oct/Nov 2022)

We consulted on proposed changes to Byelaws and Parking Orders affecting some sites within the Authority’s network of 45 car parks.

This included ticket type purchasing, length of parking stays, parking charge amendments and increases to the number of Pay & Display sites included within our network.

Additional details and information can be found via this press release.

These proposals applied to National Park Authority owned and operated car parks only.

Footpath at Parwich

We consulted on a proposal to change the route of public footpath No 12 that runs north of Low Moor Farm in Parwich. The consultation period ended on Friday 22 March 2022. The order has been confirmed.

Details of the Parwich Footpath order.

Footpath at Tideswell

Consultation proposing the diversion of part of Public Footpath 1 at Tideswell ended on 2 December 2021.

Comments were requested via email or telephone 01629 816200.

Full details.

Tree Preservation Order 95/2021 Land at The Woodland at Station Approach, Edale, Derbyshire S33 72A

The order came into force, on a temporary basis, on  27 August 2021, and will remain in force for six months. During this time we will decide whether the order should be given permanent status.

People affected by the order had the opportunity to object or make comments on any of the trees or woodlands covered before we decide whether the order should be made permanent.

The consultation closed on Thursday 7 October 2021.

For more information please visit our Tree Preservation Orders page.

Conversion of Historic Buildings Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) – Consultation Draft

We asked for your comments Conversion of Historic Buildings SPD. The consultation closed on Monday 6 September 2021.

Upon completion of the formal consultation, any necessary amendments will be made and the SPD will be considered by the Authority for adoption.

Full details.

Public consultation on the Peak District National Park Management Plan

We asked for your help to decide the most important issues facing the Peak District, so they inform the National Park Management Plan.

The survey closed on Friday 16 July 2021.

Peak District Streamlined Local Plan Survey

A consultation aimed at getting the views of a wide audience, including young people, on changes to the Local Plan for the Peak District ran from 18 February to 5 May 2021. A summary of responses is available on our Local Plan web page.

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