Woodland Tree Health grant manual: Countryside Stewardship (From August 2019)

The Woodland Tree Health grant is part of Countryside Stewardship. It’s a capital grant under which you can apply for support for Woodland Tree Health Restoration and/or Woodland Tree Health Improvement.

This manual applies to Woodland Tree Health agreements starting from 1 August 2019. It explains what you need to do to apply for a Woodland Tree Health grant and any additional requirements and processes which you must follow.

  1. Introduction Find out about the grant and what it's made up of.
  2. Scheme overview You must read and meet the requirements detailed in this section as these are mandatory for all Woodland Tree Health grant agreement holders.
  3. Who can apply and what land is eligible You must read and meet the requirements detailed in this section as these are mandatory for all Woodland Tree Health grant agreement holders.
  4. How to apply Find out how to apply and the evidence and consents you'll need.
  5. How it works The grant has two parts, Woodland Tree Health Restoration and Woodland Tree Health Improvement. Find out about what's available under each part of the grant.
  6. Scheme Requirements and procedures You must read and meet the requirements detailed in this section as these are mandatory for all Woodland Tree Health grant agreement holders.
  7. Agreement Management You must read and meet the requirements detailed in this section as these are mandatory for all Woodland Tree Health grant agreement holders.
  8. Annex 1: Countryside Stewardship Terms and conditions The terms and conditions of Countryside Stewardship
  9. Annex 2: Contact details Contact details for the Woodland Tree Health grant