Publication - Consultation paper

Forestry and Land Scotland draft corporate plan 2022 - 2025: consultation

Published: 11 Oct 2021

Forestry and Land Scotland has developed a draft corporate plan which sets out the proposed direction of travel and priorities for the organisation for the next three years. The consultation seeks the views of all who have an interest in the national forests and land.

Forestry and Land Scotland draft corporate plan 2022 - 2025: consultation
Footnotes

Footnotes

1 Increasing woodland creation from the current level of 12,000 hectares in 2020/21 up to 18,000 hectares in 2024/25 (Update to the Climate Change Plan 2018-2038, 2020)

2 Increasing the amount of native woodland in good condition; creating 3,000-5,000 ha of new native woodland per year; and restoring approximately 10,000 ha of new native woodland into satisfactory condition.

(https://www.gov.scot/publications/scotlands-forestry-strategy-20192029)

3 Phytophthora ramorum is an algae-like organism called a water mould. It causes extensive damage and death to more than 150 plant species, including some forest species. Larch trees are particularly susceptible, and large numbers have been affected. (Forest Research: Ramorum disease (Phytophthora ramorum) - Forest Research

4 FLS is a Corporate Parent and has legal obligations under the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014


Contact

Email: corporate@forestryandland.gov.scot