Private forest property plan serves to forest owners as a tool in management. The purpose of the project is to determine what should be the extent, form and content, taking into account the wishes of the owners. These were determined by 18 owners in two rounds with the delphi method. In the first round we used the questionnaires to find out what content forest owners want to have in the plan and to what extent. Considering the results, we have prepared three sample plans for one property, and in the second round we assessed with owners how well those plans meet their expectations. Different owners do not have the same view on the content, extent and form of displaying the information. The contents, which are a necessary part of every plan, are silvicultural plan, forest openness and the possibility of building new forest traffic ways, economic assessment, the map works, the information of the location of the forest property, accurate parcel borders and their sizes, the state of the stands, the restrictions at management, on the appropriate tree species on the site, on the growing stock and increment. As regards to the other content owners are not unanimous. They also have mixed feelings on the issue of whether the most appropriate way of displaying content is an image display, spreadsheets or a written form. The plan must be short, but detailed. It must be in a written form, for some of the owners in combination with the electronic form. Opinions on the plan are too diverse for one plan to be suitable for all owners.