Introduction to rural planning

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Forestry and woodland take many forms, ranging from amenity planting in and around towns and villages through farm shelterbelts to large blocks of commercial forestry. All have different rationales for management, including: protecting residential amenity; providing shelter from weather for buildings and livestock; wildlife habitats; game cover; providing boundaries to developed areas (existing and future);...

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