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The Joint Forest Sector Questionnaire (JFSQ) collects data on removals, production and trade of wood and wood products. Statistics are collected annually and the collection is co-ordinated by a number of international organisations, including the UN Economic Commission for Europe and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation.
Joint Forest Sector Questionnaire: Final results for 2021 data (Excel, ODS)
Coverage: United Kingdom
Geographical breakdown: None
Statistician: Daniel Braby
Tel: 0300 067 5238
Information on pre-release access to Forestry Commission official statistics can be found on the pre-release access pages, including lists of the individuals who are given pre-release access to specific publications.
For information on the sources and methodology used to compile the JFSQ returns, see the Methodology note: UK wood production and the Methodology note: UK wood imports and exports.
Copies of previous UK returns, submitted by the Forestry Commission, are available below:
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