Urban Woodland Design - course materials

The resources below are provided for reference for those who have attended Forestry Commission Scotland's Urban Woodland Design course.

If you would like any information about the course materials, or the course itself, please contact Nicholas Shepherd. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Introduction

Introductory presentation covering course content and an introduction to the design process.

Engaging with the community

Covering why it is important and beneficial to engage with the local community when designing urban woodlands.

Minimising anti-social behaviour through design

How design can help minimise anti-social behaviour in urban woodlands.

Design 1: Process, Principles and Application

Introduction to design, applying design principles and developing design skills.

Day two presentation

Design 2: Process, Principles and Application

Covering: designing spaces and aligning paths, thresholds, the design of woodland edges, diversity in woodlands and developing a design concept.

Spatial sequence clip

Useful references

Putting our communities first - a strategy for tackling anti-social behaviour (PDF 800k)

Decent Parks, Decent Behaviour (PDF 1.1Mb)

Preventing anti-social behaviour in public (PDF 105k)

List of toolsheets available (PDF 34k)

Forest Practice Guide 10 (PDF 558k )