The Cairngorms Campaign works for active conservation of the Cairngorms area. It aims to increase public interest and understanding of the Cairngorms, and care for their character, beauty and ecology. It aims to protect and enhance their biodiversity, environment and sustainable human use.

The campaign is challenging the CNPA local plan in the Scottish Court of Session.

The local plan includes proposals for several exessive housing developments, including a "New Town" on a green field site by the river spey opposaite Avimore. This legal action is expensive and we are trying to raise £50,000 to help with legal costs to continue the preservation of the Cairngorms.

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And help us maintain the case for better management and appreciation of the Cairngorms.
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//2015 AGM
2015 AGM Notification more»
//Carrbridge Development
The Scottish Government have directed the CNPA to consider reinstating a piece of land at Carrbridge into the Local Development Plan, contrary to the findings of its own Reporters Inquiry and to the dismay of local residents and environmental groups. more»
//Ancient woodland and LDP
The Cairngorms Campaign has led an initiative to lobby Scottish Cabinet Minister for Social Justice, Alex Neil,and have areas of ancient woodland removed from the Cairngorms National Park Authority‚Äôs Local Development Plan (LDP) more»