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The objectives for Camilty Forest have changed significantly over the period of the previous plan. Multi-functional forestry and a greater diversity of land management practices are now more commonplace when managing the National Forest Estate. The aim of the new Land Management Plan is to strike a balance between commercial timber production, wider environmental considerations and carbon sequestration. The plan was formally approved in March 2019 and is scheduled for renewal by 2029.

Read a brief summary of the current plan (PDF)


  • 2016/2018 - site survey and site analysis
  • Aug - Nov 2018 - creation of design concept for the woodland including social, silvicultural and conservation aims
  • Nov 2018 - Jan 2019 - consultation with local community and other statutory stakeholders
  • February 2019 - application to the Forestry Commission
  • March 2019 - plan formally approved

Land management plan documents


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