Woodland Creation Grants in the UK
The Scottish Government has a world-leading vision for a zero-carbon society and Scotland’s woodlands and forests are a vital national resource playing an important role in rural development and sustainable land use.
As well as helping to reduce the impacts of climate change and providing timber for industry, the forests enhance and protect the environment and provide opportunities for public enjoyment.See Grants in Scotland
Grant aid in Wales is through the Glastir Woodland Creation (GWC), Glastir Woodland Restoration (GWR) and The Woodland Investment Grant (TWIG). The Welsh Government is committed to planting more trees in Wales through to deliver a wide range of benefits in the country.
New woodland creation can help you deliver your own objectives be they conservation, farm diversification, timber production, or amenity and can be a sound investment.See Grants in Wales
A range of woodland creation, forestry management and carbon grants and a favourable tax regime exist to encourage continued development of Britain’s forest and woodland resource.
There are a number of grants on offer in England, depending on your aims and the returns you are looking for, so navigating the grants system for woodland creation and management can be difficult. Tilhill are skilled at planting the right trees in the right place and can help you navigate these grants.See Grants in England
In all cases, forestry grants require application and approval before work begins. The principal grant schemes are administered by the Forestry Commission, Forestry Commission Scotland and Natural Resources Wales.
Application to the grant schemes vary between England, Scotland and Wales. Tilhill covers the whole of the UK and are therefore well versed in the details that each scheme entails.