Torran Land Management Plan
Torran was acquired by Forestry and Land Scotland in 2019, and is situated between Salachry Forest block and Inverliever Forest block, West Loch Awe, Argyll. It totals 575Ha and includes open hill tops, riparian corridors, priority habitats and native broadleaves.
There are various heritage features including Dun Dubh sitting at 310m above sea level overlooking Ford, and Dun Toiseach, Scheduled Monument. Forestry and Land Scotland propose to create a mix of broadleaved woodland, productive conifer forest and open hill tops, as well as protect and enhance priority habitats and riparian corridors.
- 29 September, 2022: Dunadd Community Council meeting
- 27 October, 2022: drop-in session, Ford Village Hall, Ford, 4.30pm-6.30pm
A questionnaire can be found using this link (questionnaire), with the consultation period closing 30 November, 2022.
- Identify and plant productive crop areas, with suitable species for soil/climate/diversity.
- Establish a suitable road access for establishment and management.
- Restore and maintain priority habitat areas.
- Protect and enhance ancient woodland areas, providing linkages between.
- Protect historical features.
- Provide scope and opportunity for potential increase recreational use by local communities.
- 2019-Spring 2022: surveys and site investigation works, and development of management proposals
- September/October 2022: consultation on proposals
- Winter 2022: submission of proposals to Scottish Forestry
Documents and maps
- Torran LMP brief
- Torran LMP constraints and features map
- Torran LMP heritage and features map
- Torran LMP proposals map Torran access map
Get in touch
If you would like further information or have any questions, please contact:
Forestry and Land Scotland
Phone: +44 (0) 131 370 5672