Corsee Wood, Banchory
The Deeside Bike Collective has submitted an Asset Transfer Request to purchase 12.7 hectares of land at Queen’s Lodge, Corsee Wood for an outdoor woodland recreational area in Banchory, with bike trails as its primary focus, to promote fun, relaxation, outdoor learning development of the land’s biodiversity and history.
Documents and maps
- Asset Transfer Request
- Deeside Bike Collective Constitution
- DBC Business Case
- Project Plan – Summary
- Project Plan – Detail
- Forest Management Plan
- Cameron Archaeology Report
- Banchory Community Action Plan (CAP)
- DMBinS Letter of Support
- DBC Funding Plan
Have your say
Anyone may make representations about this request to Forestry and Land Scotland. Representations must be in writing and include the name and address of the person making it.
A copy of the representation will be given to the organisation making the request.
Representations must be made by 17 October 2019 and should be sent to the Community Asset Transfer Manager at:
Community Asset Transfer Manager
Forestry and Land Scotland
231 Corstorphine Road
Edinburgh EH12 7AT