Technical publications user review
Our survey is now closed. Thank you to all those who contributed views on the range, content and fitness for purpose of the different types of technical publications published by Forest Research (including the series previously published by the Forestry Commission).. Find out more.
Please send any feedback on our technical publications to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most of the publications are available to download in pdf format. We also have some publications available as "ePubs". Some publications are available to purchase in hard copy with instructions on how to do this on the publication's individual page.
How to order
Some printed books and other publications are available to order.
please direct your publication orders to:
Forest Research Publications (CST)
Chetham House, Bird hall Lane, Cheadle Heath, Cheshire, SK3 0ZP
T: 0161 495 4845
F: 0161 495 4840
We regret that we cannot accept orders for priced publications without payment. Payment for goods can be made by BACS, credit or debit card, and cheque. Please make cheques payable to Forest Research.
A bulk order discount will be applied to orders from customers where individual orders are valued at ≥ £100 (a discount of 5%) and ≥ £250 (a discount of 10%).
All orders are on a firm sale basis -we do not accept the return of any goods. Items damaged in transit will be replaced where stock is available and upon receipt of the returned damaged item. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Trade orders (i.e. those from book retailers and wholesalers) are subject to 33% discount on a frim sale basis. Trade orders should be posted or faxed on company order forms.
No charge is made for postage within the UK.
You may re-use the information contained in most of the Forestry Commission publications (not including logos) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence or write to the information Policy team.
This permission does not extend to material which is the copyright of a third party (such as trade journals). Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.