Collection

Forestry Commission operations notes (England)

This collection gives woodland owners, managers, forestry agents and timber suppliers in England updates on working with the Forestry Commission.

Documents

  1. Map requests: operations note 2
  2. Managing woodland open space for wildlife: operations note 11
  3. Change of ownership of land under a grant scheme: operations note 14
  4. Deadwood: operations note 15
  5. Map delivery note: operations note 17
  6. Co-funding of woodland creation through EWGS and carbon finance: operations note 20
  7. Enabling woodlands to comply with government timber procurement policy: operations note 22
  8. Processing felling applications involving larch species: operations note 23
  9. Sites felled due to Phytophthora: operations note 24
  10. Restocking felled larch plantations: operations note 24a
  11. Roads and tracks: operations note 25
  12. Natural England consent for work in Sites of Special Scientific Interest: operations note 27
  13. EWGS and RDPE transition to the CS scheme: operations note 29
  14. How ash dieback affects grants/felling licences: operations note 30
  15. Carbon assessment in Environmental Statements relating to deforestation: operations note 32
  16. EU Timber Regulation (EUTR): operations note 33
  17. Stakeholder engagement for woodland management plans: operations note 35
  18. 25% farmer declaration: operations note 36
  19. Public open space and felling licence requirements: operations note 37
  20. Cross-compliance requirements for forests/woodland: operations note 38
  21. Capital grant claims requirement for photographic evidence: operations note 39
  22. Assessment of potential wildfire risk resulting from planned deforestation to open habitat: operations note 40
  23. Guidance on woodland grant schemes and BPS: operations note 42
  24. Principles for afforestation on or near priority habitats: operations note 43
  25. Felling Licence Online - user guide: operations note 45
  26. Managing ash in woodlands in light of ash dieback: operations note 46
  27. Managing ash trees affected by ash dieback: operations note 46a
  28. High Speed 2 (HS2) rail - impacts on woodland management activity: operations note 47
  29. Map browser with Land Information Search: operations note 48
  30. Prescriptions for Priority Species under CS Higher Tier Woodland Improvement: operations note 49
  31. Monitoring and evidence gathering: operations note 50
  32. Highway tree management: operations note 51
Published 9 July 2018
Last updated 20 August 2019 + show all updates
  1. 'Restocking felled larch plantations: operations note 24a' has been added to this page.
  2. 'Managing ash trees affected by ash dieback: operations note 46a' has been added to this page.
  3. Addition of operations note 51: Highway tree management
  4. Addition of operations note 49 and 50 to the collection.
  5. Addition of Forestry Commission map browser and Land Information Search: operations note 48.
  6. The following Operations note has been added to this collection: Felling Licence Online - user guide: operations note 45
  7. The following operations notes have been added: - Assessment of potential wildfire risk resulting from planned deforestation to open habitat: operations note 40 - Managing ash in woodlands in light of ash dieback: operations note 46 - High Speed 2 (HS2) rail - impacts on woodland management activity: operations note 47
  8. First published.