Become a Local Access Forum member
The Peak District Local Access Forum provides the authorities with advice on how best to improve access to the countryside for the purposes of open-air recreation, whilst taking into account the needs of land management and nature conservation.
It was established following the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 and covers the national park area and the countryside of north-west Derbyshire around Buxton, New Mills and Glossop.
Members must come from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences so that the advice they give can be as balanced and inclusive as possible.
Being a member of the Local Access Forum requires the following commitment:
- The forum meet meets four times a year, usually on Thursdays.
- All meetings are open to the public.
- Membership is voluntary.
- Expenses are paid.
- Members are appointed for up to three years.
You would also be expected to network widely within your field and represent a range of views. Read a person specification (12KB) .
How to apply
If you would like to join the Peak District Local Access Forum, please write to the secretary explaining your interests and experience and what you feel you can contribute to the forum.
Local Access Forum Secretary
Peak District National Park Authority