This Register contains details of new and amended Forest Plans, both from Forest Enterprise (Land Management Plans / Forest Design Plans) and from private forest owners (Forestry Grant Scheme Long-term Forest Plans). Both of these types of Forest Plans contain felling operations. This Register also contains amendments to legacy grant scheme contracts as detailed below.
Note: Details of Felling Licence and Forestry Grant Scheme woodland creation applications are displayed in the Register of Felling Licences and Forestry Grant Scheme
Cases that appear on this register
Forest Plan applications and amendments:
- FDP: Forest and Land Scotland Management Plans (Forest Design Plans)
- FDA: Amendments to Forest and Land Scotland Plans
- FPA: Long-term Forest Plan applications (under the Forestry Grant Scheme)
- AFP: Amendments to Long-term Forest Plans
Legacy grant scheme applications:
- RPW: Rural Priorities Woodland Creation
- RPF: Rural Priorities Forest Plans
- SFG: Scottish Forestry Grants Scheme
- ASF: Amendment to Scottish Forestry Grants Scheme
- WGS: Woodland Grant Scheme
- WGA: Amendments to WGS applications
- DED: Dedication Scheme
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
- Approval status
- Nearest town
- Grid reference
- Conifer Area
- Broadleaved Area
- Due date = last day to send us your comments
These applications are put on this register after the preparation of the Plan has been approved (in the case of FGS cases) and the draft Forest Plan has been submitted to Scottish Forestry for assessment.
Please note that Long-term Forest Plan applications are for work that will take place on private land and you may need permission to enter the area even if the case is listed on the register. Land Management Plans occur on Forest Enterprise land that is accessible to the public.
How to use this register
When you access this Register, you’ll see a map page that shows Scottish Forestry Conservancy boundaries. Click an area of the map to start a search, or use the text links on the right of the page.
When do applications appear on the register?
There are two case stages; cases are marked as "FPR" when we are prepared to approve them. The status changes to "CNT" (contract) when approval is made and details are again displayed.
How to get details of the application
To get more details of cases on this Register, email the relevant Scottish Forestry 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 the Register for 28 days from their first appearance. Please submit any comments about applications during this period the relevant Scottish Forestry Conservancy office by email or in writing. As part of the approval process we consider all comments received, in consultation with the applicant. If necessary the proposal may be amended or rejected.