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We are working hard to make our forests safe again after recent storms. Many remain closed; please plan ahead and follow all local signage.

The forests of Glen Devon and Glen Sherup sit within the dramatic landscape of the Ochil hills to the south of Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross. The blocks cover a combined area of almost 1,200 ha of predominantly commercial timber crops. First rotation crops planted in the 1960’s and 70’s are now reaching maturity and the process of restructuring the forest is well under way.

As well as being an important centre for timber production the forests also provide excellent opportunities for recreation with two public carparks allowing access to the woodlands and the wider hills beyond.

View down a grassy glen towards a forest and a distant windfarm

Timeline

  • January 2021 – Initial plan scoping
  • May 2021 – Public consultation
  • September 2021 - Public consultation closed
  • October 2021 – Final plan consultation
  • January 2022 – Submit to Scottish Forestry

If you wish to be kept informed of the progress of the plan and updated when new documents are made available please contact us via the email address below.

Presentation

The following file is an interactive presentation that will walk you through the planning process and provide additional explanation for how this plan has evolved. 

The presentation contains some detailed maps so is best viewed on a larger screen such as a computer or tablet. It also includes an audio commentary so please make sure you have the sound turned on before you start.

Presentation (PowerPoint)

September 2021: The public consultation has now closed. For any further information, please use the contact details below.

Documents and maps

Get in touch

If you would like further information or have any questions about this plan, please contact:

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