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The UNECE Timber Forecast (formerly Timber Committee) Questionnaire (TF) collects estimates for the current year and forecasts for the coming year of removals, production and trade of wood and wood products. Statistics are collected annually by the UNECE.
Guidance on how to interpret the Timber Forecast figures is available in the Methodology note: UNECE Timber Forecast.
Coverage: United Kingdom
Geographical breakdown: None
Statistician: Sheila Ward
Contact: Robert Stagg
Tel: 0300 067 5238
Next update: September/ October 2022
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.
Copies of previous UK returns, submitted by the Forestry Commission, are available below:
In addition to the statistical data, countries are also required to submit market statements, describing the state of the timber industry. The most recent reports are provided below:
The historic data shown in the TC returns is consistent with the data supplied to international organisations in the JFSQ returns. Estimates and forecasts are produced using advice from the Expert Group on Timber & Trade Statistics and other industry experts.
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