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  • Staff

    Steph Wood

    Administrative Officer
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Helen Slater

    Spatial Scientist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Will Healy

    Spatial Scientist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Wilmer Koster

    Spatial Scientist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Samuel Hughes

    Spatial Scientist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Nicola Rae

    Research Assistant - Forest Ecology
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Cally Ham

    Spatial Scientist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Sophie de Becquevort

    Scientist - Forest Ecology
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Imogen Ryan

    Ecologist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
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    Fiona Plenderleith

    Ecologist
    Land use and ecosystem services (LUES)
  • Research

    Understanding and supporting public access to woodlands

    This research project will gather evidence to better understand, enable and support public access to woodlands in England. There are currently evidence gaps in meeting the aims of the England Tree Action Plan and the forthcoming Woodland Access Implementation Plan. This research will contribute directly to the delivery and implementation of the plans.
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    AWDev (NCF): Ancient Woodland and Development Impacts

    Ancient woodlands provide some of Great Britain’s most biodiverse and culturally significant habitats. Current planning policy aims to protect these ‘irreplaceable’ habitats from the direct and indirect impacts of nearby development. However, assessing the potential impact of development on nearby habitats is complex and impeded by evidence gaps. Our aim is to deliver evidence to underpin future policy, practice, and industry guidance critical to safeguarding ancient woodlands whilst supporting responsible development and woodland use.