Milton land management plan
Milton Land Management Plan (LMP) (PDF 862KB) was approved by Forestry Commission Scotland on 1 November 2017, following consultation with a range of stakeholders. The plan is valid for a period of ten years and will be due for revision in 2027.
The LMP area lies between the settlements of Brig o' Turk and Kilmahog to the west of Callander in Stirlingshire. It covers about 158ha rising from the northern shore of Loch Venachar reaching a height of 380m, below the summit of Ben Ledi.
The key objectives of the plan are to remove all remaining non-native conifers and establish native woodland, either by planting or natural regeneration. Where feasible the native species will be managed productively.
Documents and maps
- Summary of the plan (PDF 23KB)
- Milton land management plan (PDF 2.4MB)
- Certificate of approval (PDF 31KB)
- Location and viewpoints (PDF 906KB)
- Analysis and concept (PDF 935KB)
- Conservation and heritage (PDF 2.2MB)
- Recreation (PDF 503KB)
- Roads and tracks (PDF 466KB)
- Utilities (PDF 2.2MB)
- Management (PDF 443KB)
- Future habitats (PDF 457KB)
- Viewpoint 1 - Ben Ledi (PDF 1.2MB)
- Viewpoint 2 - Ben Gullipen (PDF 1.2MB)
- Viewpoint 3 - Forest Drive (PDF 1.1MB)
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