This booklet tells you what you need to know about getting permission to fell any trees for yourself or for someone else. It is for guidance only and is not a legally binding interpretation of the legislation (the Forestry Act 1967 as amended). If you are unsure as to whether you require a licence, speak […]
This booklet provides guidance on how to seek consent from the Forestry Commission for ‘relevant projects’ under the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations 1999. The relevant projects are deforestation, afforestation, forestry roads and forestry quarries.
This Note outlines the main landscape considerations that need to be taken into account when planning the establishment of short rotation coppice, and provides advice to growers on the ways in which an area of coppice can be designed to blend in with the rest of the landscape.
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