Forest Surveys
Forest Certification
Woodland Grants

"They are beautiful in
their peace, they are
wise in their silence.
They will stand after
we are dust. They
teach us, and we
tend them".
-Galeain ip Altiem MacDunelmor

Example Management Plans (Ha.)

Albrighton (66.5)
Lay Farms (19.43)
Home Farm (42.01)
Pave Lane (20.79)
Oldwood (11.66)
Wellcroft Farm (40.12)
Gothersley (33.26)
Y Wern (454.89)
Tyd Farch (180.62)
Bryn Farm (15.48)
Bowling Bank (15.13)
Mynydd Tawr (29.09)
Caeugwynedd (27.9)
Sarn Woods (24.66)


We have more than 20 years experience in working in partnership with our clients assisting them in prioritising and achieving their management goals.

Woodlands must be managed effectively to provide the many benefits they offer including timber, wildlife  conservation and enjoyable places for people to visit.

We subscribe to the principle that a wood that pays is a wood that stays. The economic objectives cannot be ignored. We believe in maximising returns for the landowner as well as delivering environmental benefits and practising sustainable forest management. We work closely with landowners in helping them achieve their objectives. We are always looking to advise them on new grants available and  new markets, such as carbon sequestration and wood fuel.


  • Management Plans
  • Woodland Grant Schemes (Countryside Stewardship)
  • Forest Surveying and valuations
  • GIS Mapping
  • Woodland creation including (Woodland Carbon Code )
  • Silvicultural management, including uneven-aged systems such as Continuous Cover Forestry and Plantations on Ancient Woodland Sites (PAWS)
  • Production forecasting
  • Harvesting and marketing of timber
  • Ecological Site Classification (ESC)
  • Public access (including tree safety inspections)
  • UKWAS Forest Certification