Tree planting under TE4 and other associated capital items are one-off payments. The agreement ends once the final claim has been paid. Capital items must remain installed and in good condition for 5 years from the date of final payment.
Support to develop a woodland management plan using the Forestry Commission template is available. See the capital item woodland management plan (PA3) to find out what needs to be included in the management plan.
Applications for a woodland management plan grant can be submitted all year round.
The restoration grant provides funding to supply, plant, weed and protect young trees following felling due to a tree health issue. See the capital item supply and plant trees (TE4) for requirements, other supporting capital items and payment rates.
Support is only available if:
trees are infected by Chalara dieback of ash or Phytophthora ramorum
cases of Chalara dieback of ash have been confirmed by the Forestry Commission or the Animal and Plant Health Agency
cases of Phytophthora ramorum infected larch and sweet chestnut have been confirmed by a statutory plant health notice