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Funding and eligibility information for Mid Tier applicants for 2019 applications.
Use the RLE1 form to make changes to your digital maps, register new land and transfer entitlements by sub-lease or inheritance.
The Forestry Commission controls tree felling by issuing felling licences.
Find out what’s involved and how to apply for funding to support the planting and establishment of large and small trees in urban and peri-urban areas in England.
Find out about a specific tree pest or disease, including its lifecycle, the type of damage it does, and what to do about it.
Funding and eligibility information for Higher Tier applicants for 2019.
What planning authorities should consider for developments affecting ancient woodland, ancient trees and veteran trees.
Find out about pests and diseases that could be affecting your trees.
Use this guide to apply for a licence to fell growing trees using our Felling Licence Online service
Capital grant for farmers and land managers to create woodland: find out about payment rates and the rules for the scheme.
Find information and support on woodland creation in England, including funding to create woodland, legal requirements and best practice for sustainability.
Applicant information on scheme requirements and management for 2019 applications.
Find woodland agreements, felling licences and other designations or features on any chosen area of land in England.
To help protect Britain's trees and woodland, a felling licence from the Forestry Commission is required to fell most trees.
Find out what's involved in creating a plan, giving you a structured way to organise the management of woodland.
Find out if you're eligible to apply and read about what funding is available for the Lowland Grazing Offer in 2019.
Read how to check changes that have been made to your digital maps and what to do if you want to make changes.
This guidance sets out the UK governments' approach to sustainable forestry, including standards and requirements, regulations and monitoring, and reporting.
Find out what you can do to prevent tree pests and diseases from getting established, or to prevent or slow their spread and the damage they do.
Make your claim for payment using the Rural Payments service.
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