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Urban Woodland Management Guide 5: Thinning and felling

A guide which highlights issues that need to be given particular consideration when thiining and felling trees in the urban situation.

Year of Publication2004

A guide based on the Trust’s many years’ experience of managing such sites across the UK - written by experienced urban woodland site managersIt is assumed that the reader is knowledgeable of woodland management, understands when and how to carry out thinning and felling operations and isaware of the relevant planning and legal requirements. This guide highlights issues that need to be given particular consideration in the urban situation and that may differ from the rural location. It covers both planning the operation and awarding and managing a contract.

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Conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage

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