Forestry Commission Dialogue - Have Your Say!

The Forestry Commission is at the heart of the real progress being made in protecting, improving and expanding our woodlands and forests, and enhancing local communities and economy.

We’re impartial experts working to enable landowners, businesses and local communities to make the most of their woods and forests. But we can’t achieve this on our own so this online consultation tool enables us to hear your views on a range of national and local topics that matter to you. 

Here you will find the latest discussions where the Forestry Commission is asking for your feedback and opinion - Have Your Say!

  • Two Mile Bottom Car Park Changes

    Two Mile Bottom is a recreation site in Thetford Forest. Use of the car park has reduced over the years and we are considering decreasing the size of the car park or closing it. Join this discussion and have your say.

  • St Helen's Picnic Site Consultation

    This is the second consultation on St Helen's Picnic Site which aims to give summer visitors the opportunity to feedback and anyone who missed the consultation in Autumn last year.

  • East District: Discuss with Us

    East England Forest District welcome suggestions for district topics and issues that would benefit from wider engagement and discussion

  • Stakeholder Engagement Framework

    The Forestry Commissionare are piloting a Stakeholder Engagement Framework in the East England Forest District and would welcome feedback on the development process and final framework concept.

  • Haughmond Hill - Dog Management

    Public Forum discussion on how the Forestry Commission should manage the ongoing issue around dogs on Haughmond Hill.

  • Friday Street Modifications

    The Forestry Commission plan to put in place modifications around the threshold of the bridleway off Friday Street, South West of Rendlesham. The modifications aim to restrict undesignated and unauthorised access and improve safety for designated bridleway users accessing the forest. The modifications will allow informal parking for a limited number of cars before the start of the bridleway. This discussion aims to provide information and invite dicussion and feedback from all visitors to the forest.

  • Yorkley field - community use?

    We would like to hear ideas from local residents for the future of a field in Yorkley as a potential community resource.

  • Dogs at Jeskyns - have your say

    An online dialogue to discuss ideas on how dogs can be better managed in Jeskyns to ensure everyone can continue to enjoy the woodland.

  • Visitor Facilities at Birchden Woods

    Come and contribute views and ideas regarding the future of the facilities at Birchden Wood. The site is popular with a wide variety of visitors, including climbers using near by Harrison's Rocks

  • Mountain biking in Friston Forest

    This is a public discussion covering the current use of Mountain Bikes in Friston Forest in East Sussex. The Forestry Commission is seeking Forest Visitors views to help inform the policy we will adopt to address the way Mountain Biking is managed in the future.

  • What is the future for the MTC Centre in Coleford, Forest of Dean?

    What ideas do you have for the future of the MTC Centre and its grounds in Coleford, Forest of Dean?

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