Hotel workers living in staff accommodation across the Cairngorms face eviction to make way for paying tourists, it has been claimed – placing an added strain on a housing crisis in the region.
Cairngorm National Park Authority
Highland residents are being urged to take a stroll round the Cairngorm National Park to help benefit their health and wellbeing.
A Newtonmore estate has been granted retrospective permission by Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA) to resurface its hill track at Carn Sgulain, provided it doesn’t use plastic matting.
The revamp of health services in Badenoch and Strathspey has also been approved by the NHS Highland board, with upwards of £20million to be invested to bring services up to modern standards.
School children from in and around the Cairngorms National Park were invited to Glenmore Forest Park yesterday to take part in some hands-on activities and demonstrations based around rural skills.
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A path will be created in the Cairngorms to connect two attractions in an attempt to keep tourists in the area for longer.
Five community representatives have been elected to serve on the board of Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA).
Four community representatives have been elected to serve on the board of Cairngorms National Park Authority for the next four years.
An Aberdeenshire councillor has hit the campaign trail in a bid to be re-elected to the Cairngorms National Park Authority board.
A popular National Park walking route will get a £10,000 cash boost to help repair the well-trodden path.
Five board members from the local community are being sought for the Cairngorms National Park Authority board.
Cairngorm National Park Authority is looking for new members to stand for election to its board in March 2019.
A controversial housing development in Aviemore has been given the final go-ahead by the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CPNA), to furious reaction from local groups.
A north farm is to move lock, stock and barrel across the road to accommodate the dualling of the A9.
A conservation group in Badenoch and Strathspey has criticised the Cairngorm National Park Authority (CNPA) for approving an application for 23 new houses to be built in Carrbridge.
Hillwalkers have been warned of the risks of dehydration and wildfires following the continuing hot weather.
Highland councillors are calling for a successful tourism route, promoting the north’s famous snow roads, to be almost doubled in size to provide an economic boost to local communities.
School buildings that have lain dormant in Moray for nearly 20 years could be bulldozed to make way for new homes.
A Highland estate is under pressure to immediately remove locked gates, which are blocking the route of the Speyside Way, also known as the Whisky Trail.
A national park planning committee have toured the site of a proposed new village by Aviemore.
Controversial plans for 53 new homes in a Strathspey town have been approved by the Cairngorm National Park Authority CNPA).
A new strategy for part of the Cairngorms National Park aims to ensure a "world-class" visitor experience while improving conservation in the area.
This is how a historic hunting lodge in the Aberdeenshire wilderness could look following a major revamp.
A 19th century Aberdeenshire landmark will be restored to its former glory after a multi-million pound revamp was approved.
A new visitor attraction in a disused Grantown rail station has won approval from the Cairngorm National Park.
Plans to turn a disused Highland railway station into a craft centre have been recommended for approval, despite a number of objections.
North residents are being given the chance to help determine the future of one of the country's most iconic locations.
Angry villagers will protest against plans for a controversial housing development in a village in the middle of the Cairngorms National Park next week.