Coreen Hills land management plan

Correen Hills is the amalgamation of the Whitehaugh and Knockespock forests. These are now managed as one unit and therefore combined in one plan.

The forest is located  in south/central Aberdeenshire, approximately 6 km north of Alford.

The forest covers an area of about 1,476 hectares and is split into two areas separated by a minor public road known as the Suie. Whitehaugh (687ha) lies to the east and Knockespock (789ha) to the west of this road.

The main objective for the management for the blocks in the plan area is the production of a sustainable crop of high quality timber.

Coreen hills seen from the public road running south from Clatt.

During the development of the land management plan for Deeside woods we have consulted publically including the local community representatives and stakeholders known to have an interest in the plan area.

The plan has been approved and is now active. It is scheduled to be renewed in March 2027.

Land management plan documents and maps

Contact us

Mark Reeve - Planning Forester
Moray & Aberdeenshire Forest District
Portsoy Road
Huntly
AB54 4SJ

07990 802879

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