Carrick and Changue land management plan consultation
The Carrick and Changue Land Management Plan is an extensive area of conifer plantation that lies between the small village of Barr to the west and Tairlaw Toll to the east, around 12.0km south of Straiton in South Ayrshire.
We are developing this land management plan for the block that will detail our proposals for management of the area over the next ten years. Draft versions of the plan will be published here and we invite comments and feedback from the public on all of our proposals.
- Winter 2017/18: Initial stakeholder scoping / consultation and drop-in meeting.
- Spring 2018: Ongoing consultation and woodland design including coupe design, species choice and management proposals.
- Summer 2018: Land Management Plan submission to Forestry Commission Scotland as part of LMP approval process (the final plan will be placed on the Forestry Commission public register for 28 days)
Land management plan documents and maps
- Land management plan brief (PDF 50.9 KB) - identifies key factors that will influence the forest design
- Location map (PDF 1.15 MB)
- Draft analysis and concept map (PDF 4.3 MB) - identifies key factors that will influence the forest design
- Future habitats and species map (PDF 2.19MB) - shows our current approved plan restock species
Get in touch
If you would like further information or have any questions about this plan, please contact:
Forestry and Land Scotland