Scottish Forestry - corporate plan: consultation analysis

Results of the consultation on the draft corporate plan for Scottish Forestry, which lays out the proposed direction of travel and priorities for the next three years, the proposed purpose and role, and the three strategic objectives that will frame the delivery of Scottish Forestry’s work.

Introduction - Scottish Forestry

The Forestry and Land Management (Scotland) Act 2018 was commenced in April 2019. This means that forestry is now fully devolved and accountable to Scottish Ministers and the Scottish Parliament.

As part of this change, new Scottish Government agencies were formed to take forward the work previously undertaken by Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS). Scottish Forestry (SF) was established on 1st April 2019 as the Scottish Government agency responsible for policy, support and regulation of forestry; a function previously undertaken by FCS.



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