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Upcoming and current procurement

Last Updated: 27 January 2021 This page provides details of the Forestry and Land Scotland procurement pipeline, including: Procurements in Progress Dynamic Purchasing Systems Currently Open Planned Procurements Procurements Recently Awarded...

Energy Offering 2019

The map is quite large so please allow time for it load. Shapefiles of our land boundaries can be downloaded from our Open Data site .

Lowland raised bog restoration

Lowland raised bogs may not sound like the most glamorous of habitats, but they’re among our most important. Not only do they provide a unique home for a variety of plants, animals and insects, but a properly functioning bog can also help to alleviate...

Biodiversity and you

"Without biodiversity, there is no future for humanity," wrote Professor David Macdonald of Oxford University in The Guardian last year, and he did not exaggerate. New projects focused on the protection and conservation of habitats rich in biodiversity...

Our digital services and your privacy

Here you can find information on how Forestry and Land Scotland handles the information received from our website and social media users. Why collect personal data? We only collect information we need. We use this to: make site improvements respond to...

'Secret' butterflies found in the Trossachs

A ‘secret’ population of butterflies has been found in the Trossachs. The Pearl-bordered Fritillary butterfly, which is now very rare in England and Wales, but more widely found in the north of Scotland, was thought to be locally extinct in the...

New jobs: Forest Planner

We are recruiting for Forest Planners to prepare plans that set out how we are going to care Scotland's national forests and land in the future. If you enjoy getting outside, working with others and exploring options and ideas about how best to manage...

New job: Forester (Work Programme Manager)

We are recruiting for a Work Programme Manager to develop programmes of work across all our forestry, environmental and recreation activities to encourage efficient sequencing and integration of work. If you enjoy getting outside, working with others...

Permissions and permits

COVID-19 Notice (updated 19 February 2021) FLS is following Scottish Government guidance on organised outdoor events and activities, in line with the Covid-19 guidance issued by Scottish sports governing bodies . FLS recognises the potentially longer...

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