Cologin land management plan consultation
Cologin Forest lies two miles south of Oban. The forest was planted in the 1980s, a forest walk provided, but no forest road access. Commercial conifers have grown exceptionally well, resulting in restructuring being overdue. Oban’s public water supply reservoir lies immediately adjacent to the forest.
The primary objectives for the plan area are; commercial conifer timber production, construction of a new forest road to access the forest for harvesting, restructuring and improved public access. Landscape reappraisal, particularly in views from the A816, is also necessary, taking into account guidance on forest resilience and diversification in response to climate change. Certification under the UK Woodland Assurance Scheme is another important objective to which the plan will contribute.
- Autumn 2016: Initial stakeholder consultation
- Spring 2018: Submission of plan to Perth & Argyll Conservancy for approval
Land management plan documents and maps
- Land management plan summary (PDF 470KB)
- Location map (PDF 485KB)
- Land management plan brief (PDF 166KB)
- Opportunities and constraints map (PDF 925KB)
- Water features map (PDF 3.7MB)
Get in touch
If you would like further information or have any questions about this plan, please contact:
Forestry and Land Scotland