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The UK Statistics Authority was established on 1 April 2008 to promote and safeguard the quality of official statistics across the UK. It is an independent body, with powers to monitor and report on all official statistics. Further information is available on the UK Statistics Authority website.
The latest version of the UK Statistics Authority's Code of Practice for Statistics was published in February 2018.
We produce a range of Official Statistics, including 5 releases designated as National Statistics.
Forestry Facts & Figures (annual)
Forestry Statistics (annual)
Timber Price Indices (twice yearly)
Forestry Commission Key Performance Indicators (annual)
Forestry Commission Key Performance Indicators: Headline Performance Update (quarterly)
Government supported new planting of trees in England (twice yearly)
UK data submitted to international organisations:
National Forest Inventory:
For all our Official Statistics, we aim to comply fully with the Code of Practice for Statistics. Any breaches of the Code that may be reportable to the UK Statistics Authority are documented in our breach report.
All of our Official Statistics outputs are freely available on the Internet.
Detailed results are available on request, subject to restrictions of confidentiality.
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