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For convenience, this page lists key data tables available for download from the Statistics website. This includes the tables from Forestry Statistics 2021, as well as longer time series data.
All tables from Forestry Statistics 2021 are available to download in Excel or ODS (OpenDocument Spreadsheet) format.
The tables are grouped into one spreadsheet for each chapter:
Longer time series data is available to download in Excel or ODS (OpenDocument Spreadsheet) format, for the following topics:
Longer time series data to 2020 are available in Excel and ODS (OpenDocument Spreadsheet) formats as follows;
The data are broken down by:
Longer time series for periods ending March 1985 to March 2022 are available as follows:
Coniferous Standing Sales Price Index for overlapping 12 month periods: Excel/ ODS. The data also give underlying figures for volumes, total prices and average prices by average tree size in Great Britain.
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