FORESTRY COMMISSION SCOTLAND SEEK VIEWS ON TREE PLANTING GUIDANCE
Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) are calling for feedback on their new draft guidance note on tree planting on agricultural land from anyone with an interest in land use.
The main aim of the guidance is to allow woodland creation to flourish whilst minimising any adverse impacts it might have on farming, using a more integrated approach that works with the farming community. The guidance has been produced in response to the report of the Woodland Expansion Advisory Group, which was set up explore which types of land are suitable for tree planting.
The draft guidance is available from the FCS website. Feedback and comments should be emailed to email@example.com and be received by Monday 3rd June 2013.
Bowlts has many years of experience in making representations and would be happy to offer advice and assistance. Please contact us on 01343 890400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details of how we could help.
CROFT WITH PLANNING PERMISSION FOR RESIDENTIAL DWELLING TO NORTH EAST OF DUART, 2 KINLOCHEWE
A croft, extending to 0.51 hectares (1.26 acres), (subdivsion pending), benefiting from Planning Permission in Principle (ref: 19/00857/PIP) for the erection of a detached dwelling house, ideally situated in the village of Kinlochewe.
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