Roseisle land management plan
Roseisle land management plan was approved on 22nd March 2016 and runs until 22nd March 2026.
Roseisle Forest is located on the coast roughly midway between the towns of Elgin and Forres. The forest area is immediately adjacent to the communities of Burghead and Kinloss, close to the A96. The forest is a highly valued recreational asset both locally and regionally.
The site is dominated by conifers with Scots pine and Corsican pine are the primary species. Lodgepole pine stands within the forest are infected with Dothestroma needle blight and will be systematically removed.
The site is a true multi-purpose forest, delivering access and health, timber, biodiversity and environmental improvement via erosion protection.
Approved land management plan text and maps
- Roseisle land management plan summary (PDF 0.2MB) - a summary of the land management plan.
- Roseisle land management plan (PDF 1.9MB) – details our objectives for the area and our management proposals.
- Location map (PDF 650KB) – shows the location of Roseisle in relation to the local area.
- Key features map (PDF 3.3MB) – shows the key features that will influence the management of the forest.
- Current species map (PDF 3.3MB) – shows the current tree species that are growing in the area.
- Analysis and concept map (PDF 3.3MB) – shows how the key features will influence the management of the forest.
- Management map (PDF 2.1MB) – shows the proposed management for the area.
- Thinning map (PDF 1.9MB) – shows the thinning that is proposed for the area.
- Low impact silviculture map (PDF 800KB) – shows the areas that are proposed to be managed by a silvicultural system other than clearfelling.
- Future species map (PDF 2.4MB) – shows the tree species that are proposed to be growing in the area at the end of the plan period.
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