Corriedoo land management plan consultation
The Corriedoo LMP unit comprises the Corriedoo forest block, a typical upland conifer plantation, covering 417.87 ha and is located approximately 5 miles east of St John’s Town of Dalry, Dumfries and Galloway. It is part of Scotland’s national forests and land, owned by Scottish Ministers on behalf of the people of Scotland, and managed by Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS).
Forestry and Land Scotland is currently revising this land management plan, that will define the management prescription for the ten year period between 2021-31, and presents the vision for the long-term management of the forest block.
Draft versions of the plan will be published here and we invite comments and feedback from the public on all of our proposals.
Community consultation event
Unfortunately due to the on-going situation with COVID-19 we are unable to hold a community engagement drop in event. As an alternative an online external consultation process has taken place as the timeline details below. The survey is now closed but we would like to thank all those who took the time to comment.
- Development of draft brief and design concept | September 2020
- External stakeholder consultations | November - December 2020
- Press release and Public engagement | December 2020 - January 2021
- Development of final plans | January - May 2021
- Submission to Scottish Forestry | June 2021
Land management plan documents and maps
We have recently completed a draft revision of this plan. The draft final documents can be viewed below. The plan has now been submitted to Scottish Forestry for regulatory approval, during which time the plan will be listed on their public register for a final consultation period of 28 days. If required, further comments should be made through the public register. For more details and advice on how to comment, please visit the Scottish Forestry website or access the Public Register.
- Corriedoo LMP main text - draft (PDF) - proposed land management plan submitted to Scottish Forestry for consideration and approval
- Map 1: Location (PDF)
- Map 2: Key features (PDF)
- Map 3: Analysis and concept (PDF)
- Map 4: Management (PDF)
- Map 5: Thinning (PDF)
- Map 6: Habitats and species (PDF)
- Map 7A: Roads and haulage (PDF)
- Map 7B: Roads and haulage 1:20,000 (PDF)
- Map 8: Current woodland composition (PDF)
- Map 9: Soils (PDF)
- Map 10: Windiness (PDF)
- Map 11: Landscape (PDF)
- Map 12: Heritage features (PDF)
Get in touch
If you would like further information or have any questions, please contact:
Dr Lena Boukelia - Planning Forester
Forestry and Land Scotland