The Sheffield Moors Partnership (SMP) includes approximately 56 square kilometres of upland landscape in public sector or charitable ownership on the western edge of Sheffield. The area contains habitats of both national and international importance, providing some of the most popular destinations for outdoor recreation in the Peak District National Park.
Thank you to everyone who took park in the consultation on the draft masterplan for the Sheffield Moors, and the associated roadshows that ran throughout September and October 2012.
The consultation comments have now been considered, and the Sheffield Moors Partnership has responded to the questions and comments raised, and outlined the changes proposed to the masterplan. Click here to find out more.
Origins of the Sheffield Moors Partnership
The partnership developed in spring 2010 out of recognition from the various land owners and managers in the area of the benefit of increased collaborative working, building on the work to date between the organisations in the partnership, for example, in relation to future management of the Peak District National Park Authority’s owned Eastern Moors Estate.
The core partners are the Peak District National Park Authority (PDNPA), National Trust (NT), Sheffield City Council (SCC), Sheffield Wildlife Trust (SWT), and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB). Natural England, the government’s statutory advisors on nature conservation, is also a partner as most of the SMP area is designated nationally and internationally for its important habitats and wildlife.