South Rannoch land management plan
South Rannoch is located on the southern edge of Loch Rannoch in Highland Perthshire. The forest which covers 3543ha, falls within the Glen Lyon and Loch Rannoch National Scenic Area (NSA) and incorporates the majority of the Blackwood of Rannoch Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Adding to the forest’s environmental importance is its adjacency to Loch Rannoch which is part of the River Tay SAC.
This plan has been through public consultation and was approved in August 2015. The plan covers a 10 year period from August 2015 to August 2025.
From time to time it is necessary to make amendments to the approved plan, these will be submitted and approved through the appropriate channels and maps will be updated at the next review.
Documents and maps
- Land management summary (PDF 409KB) - a summary outlining management proposals.
- Land management plan (PDF 501KB) - full document detailing management proposals.
- Management map (PDF 1MB) - management proposals.
- Species map (PDF 1.1MB) - shows restock and future species choice for areas to be planted.
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