Forestry Commission Consultation Hub

The Forestry Commission is at the heart of the real progress being made in protecting, improving and expanding our woodlands and forests, and enhancing local communities and economy.

Here you will find the latest topics that the Forestry Commission is consulting on - have your say!

Open Consultations
Ravensworth Forest Plan 2017
Forest learning activity feedback
Phone Trail - please tell us what you think
Alice Holt Forest Plan
Cheviots Forest Plan December 2016
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Closed Consultations
Forestry Commission centenary 2019: FEE ideas
South Downs 1 Forest Plan
Robin and Repton Forest Plan Consultation
Sotby Forest Plan Review
Christmas trees
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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

The consultation for the Herodsfoot Forest Plan has now concluded. Revisions have been made accordingly and the Plan has now been submitted to Forest Services for further conusltatin and approval.

 

 

You Said

The Forest Plan recieved comments from a few individuals. Below is the digital copy of the Plan revised in light of comments. Viewers may be interested to look at Appendix 4 which clearly indicates consultee comments and Forestry Commission responses.

We Did

We Asked

All of the land covered by this management plan is now jointly managed by Natural England and the Forestry Commission– this ten year plan represents the first phase of this new partnership and a new and exciting phase in the history of the forest.

The public were asked to comment on this new plan

You Said

The majority of responses were broadly positive and welcomed this new approach to the management of the Wyre Forest.

Common features raised ranged from those to do with how Wyre Forest is used for recreation and the pressures it brings to the Forest to querries over habitat proposals outlined in the plan through to economics of the plan and resources required to make it happen.

We Did

Forestry Commission and Natural England have discussed the responses and amended the plan where appropriate.  The Forestry Commission are also begining a process of drawing up a recreational strategy for the Wyre although at the time of writing this the completion date is unknown.

We Asked

The consultation for the Tamar Valley Forest Plan has now concluded. Revisions have been made accordingly and the Plan has now been submitted to Forest Services for further conusltatin and approval.

You Said

The Forest Plan recieved comments from a few individuals. Below is the digital copy of the Plan revised in light of comments. Viewers may be interested to look at Appendix 4 which clearly indicates consultee comments and Forestry Commission responses.
 

We Did