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The statistics that we produce are used by the public sector, businesses, trade associations, academics, members of the public and others for a variety of purposes, including:
In order to improve the statistics that we produce and to ensure that they remain relevant, we are interested in hearing from people who use our statistics.
We use a variety of methods to obtain the views of our users, including formal groups (e.g. the Expert Group on Timber and Trade Statistics), consultation with key users and more informal routes (e.g. comments received from users).
We also run a more in-depth user engagement survey approximately every three years, in order to seek more detailed feedback from a wider range of users. The most recent survey was undertaken as part of a broader review of our “Forestry Statistics” release; information on this review will be added shortly.
If you wish to provide comments on any aspect of our statistics (including the uses made of our statistics), please contact us at any time:
By e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
By telephone – 0300 067 5238
Alternatively, if you would like to be consulted when we are reviewing our statistics, please register your interest by e-mailing us at email@example.com, noting which of the following topics you are interested in:
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Sometimes, our service delivery standards will be affected by circumstances beyond our control and occasionally we make mistakes. When this happens we will apologise and do everything we can to put things right. If you have a concern about the quality of our service, or the treatment you have received from us, and you cannot resolve the problem with the person you have been dealing with, please contact:
Sheila Ward, Lead Statistician, Forest Research,
231 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh, EH12 7AT
Tel: 0300 067 5236
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