Laggan land management plan
Laggan Forest covers 62 ha of mixed conifer and broadleaved woodland. It lies on the eastern outskirts of the village of Comrie and on the north side of the busy A85.
The broadleaved area is predominately Sessile Oak with some Hazel, Birch and Wych Elm on the steeper slopes. It is an area of Long-established Woodland of Plantation Origin with a continuous history of woodland cover dating back to at least 1750.
The Highland Boundary Fault runs through the wood and is visible in a number of places.
This land management plan has been through the formal consultation and was approved in September 2015. The plan covers a 10 year period from September 2015 to September 2025.
Land management plan documents and maps
- Land management plan summary (PDF 413KB) - summary document outlining management proposals.
- Land management plan (PDF 401KB) - full land management plan document detailing management proposals.
- Management map (PDF 302KB) - Details our objectives and management proposals for the area.
- Species map (PDF 373KB) - Details our restocking proposals for the planted areas of the plan.
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