Grouse moor management opportunity

Sheep at Edale Rocks on Kinder Scout under a blue sky with clouds and the moorland behind.

Derbyshire High Peak Moors

An exciting opportunity has arisen to partner with the National Trust in creating a new exemplar moor management model, which combines extensive and effective moorland and nature conservation with grouse shooting over up to 4,244 ha in the High Peak Moors of the Peak District National Park from 2018.

We want to find a partner or partners who can demonstrate how management for grouse shooting can be compatible with, and help deliver, the outcomes of our High Peak Moors Vision.  In so doing we want to provide a sustainable model for grouse and moorland management which delivers a brighter future for the uplands in our care. Our Vision sets out how we see our charitable conservation and access purpose being enacted for this very special part of Britain’s first National Park in the 21st Century.

If you think you have a vision that can blend with ours and want to be part of the future of our uplands we’d love to hear from you. 

For further detail please follow the links below for particulars and a plan of the land concerned. The particulars include information on how to register to make an application.

The deadline for applications is 4.00pm on Friday 8th September 2017.

Letting particulars 

Download the detailed particulars of the letting opportunity.

Park Hall and Hope Woodlands location plan 

Download the location plan of Park Hall and Hope Woodlands

Park Hall plan 

Download the plan of Park Hall

Hope Woodlands extent and tenancies plan 

Download the Hope Woodlands extent and tenancies plan.