Contains the guidelines on community woodland design. Drawing on the substantial body of British and overseas experience, new multi-purpose woodlands can now be created with confidence. Sections 2-4 are primarily aimed at planners, landscape architects and the larger landowners who require an overview. Section 5 deals with principles of visual design and sections 6-10 are paticularly relevant to the owners and managers of individual woodland areas, both existing and proposed, which might contribute to a community forest. Informal recreation, conversion of mineral workings and derelict land, and woodland design incorporating water, roadsides, views, power lines, recreation space, open land habitats and new wetlands are included.
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