Ladybank land management plan consultation
Ladybank forest consists of a single block, made up of a number of dispersed coupes, surrounding the town of Ladybank in Fife and separated by the East Coast Mainline railway and the A92. The forest covers a total area of 281 ha and predominantly consists of stands of mature Scot’s and Corsican pine.
The forest is of key importance for residents of Ladybank, being heavily used by local dog walkers. A woodland user group has taken interest in past management and the views of residents will be a significant factor in any plans going forward.
This plan is currently on the public register awaiting approval from Scottish Forestry. Any comments can be directed to the email address below.
Documents and maps
- Land management plan - full text (PDF)
- Land management plan - summary (PDF)
- Location map (PDF 2.3MB)
- Features and context map (PDF 1.9MB)
- Concept map (PDF 611KB)
- Felling map (PDF 1.7MB)
- Future species map (PDF 586KB)
Get in touch
If you would like further information or have any questions about this plan, please contact: