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We look forward to welcoming you safely to our forests and land. Please plan ahead and follow Scottish Government’s FACTS advice.

Our business is varied and we provide a range of services for the public and for industry. Here you’ll find what you need from us – be it a permit, a contract or a sawlog.

Timber sales

We are major suppliers to the wood-panel, pulp and paper and saw-milling industries, as well as emerging wood-energy markets. A third of our produce is sold on the open market. Purchase sawlogs, round fencing, firewood, hardwood and softwood here.

Timber sales

Buy land or buildings

We sell land and properties as part of our management strategy. Find out about sales, land agents, and details of our disposals.

Buy land or buildings

Permissions and permits

The national forests are almost entirely free to use – but some things have to follow particular guidelines. Find out what activities and events need a formal permission

Permissions and permits

Procurement and tenders

We work with small and medium-sized business to look after the forests and land. Find out about opportunities to work us in all areas of work, whether on the ground or behind the scenes.

Procurement and tenders

Starter farms

We occasionally lease our unused land to new entrants to agriculture to help them gain experience of managing their own small-scale farm business. Find out our current opportunities and how to apply.

Starter farms

Grazing opportunities

As well as starter farms, we also offer grazing opportunities to new entrants to agriculture. These small business units help new farmers build up their experience and stock numbers.

Grazing opportunities

Business opportunities

We are occasionally able to offer buildings and other facilities on the land we manage to private businesses. Find out what's currently available on this page.

Business opportunities

Carbon offset partnerships

As Scotland's largest land manager, we are in the privileged postion of being able to assist companies who wish to go carbon neutral through carbon offset projects.

Carbon offset partnerships

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