Register of Felling Licenses and Forestry Grant Scheme Applications

This register contains details of Felling Licence applications and Forestry Grant Scheme applications for Woodland Creation and Agroforestry.

Note: Details of new or amended Forest Plans and amendments to legacy grant schemes are displayed in the register of legacy grant schemes and Forest Plans.

Cases that appear on this register

The types of cases displayed (when we are prepared to approve them) are:

  • Felling Licences
  • Forestry Grant Scheme Woodland Creation
  • Forestry Grant Scheme Agroforestry
  • Amendment to Forestry Grant Scheme Woodland Creation
  • Amendment to Forestry Grant Scheme Agroforestry

Information displayed on the register

The register of Grant Schemes shows:

  • Case reference number with link to map or details of the proposal
  • Property name
  • Case type
  • Total area
  • Conifer (based upon Option area)
  • Broadleaf (based upon Option area)
  • Status
  • Conservancy
  • Local Authority
  • Nearest Town
  • Grid Reference
  • End Date

Felling Licences

Felling Licence cases that the Forestry Commission is prepared to approve are displayed on the register with status 'Open for Comment'.

FGS Woodland Creation and Agroforestry options

You will see details of these Forestry Grant Scheme applications only if the area of the option within the proposal is greater than 2 hectares. Cases we are prepared to approve are displayed with status 'Open for Comment'.

How to get details of the application

To get more details of cases on this register, email the relevant Forestry Commission Scotland Conservancy office quoting the application reference number.

If the copy is large, or if copies are requested regularly, we may charge a fee for this service.

How and when to submit comments

Details about individual cases are displayed on this register for 28 days from the date they first appear. Please submit your comments about applications during this period to the relevant Forestry Commission Scotland Conservancy office by email or in writing. As part of the approval process we consider all comments received, in consultation with the applicant and, if appropriate, the application may be amended or rejected.

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