10 FEBRUARY 2015NEWS RELEASE No: 16470
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Forestry Commission Scotland is to hold a consultation update day later this month (Wednesday 18 February) to outline its management plans for both Ittingstone, just outside Huntly and Culdrain near Gartly.
The ‘drop-in’ session at the Stewarts hall, Huntly will run from 9am to 6pm and the draft land management plans for both sites will be available for comment and discussion.
David Henderson, for Forestry Commission Scotland, said;
“There is quite a bit of interest in these sites amongst the local community and we have consulted and taken a range of views and aspirations for the sites into account.
“Consultees are invited to come along and discuss the plans on the day with members of the planning team.
“A great deal of work has gone in to developing proposals that makes optimum use of both Ittingstone and Culdrain and which illustrates how effectively sites can integrate and sustain a variety of different land uses.”
For more information on the Ittingstone and Culdrain community consultation updates, please contact Mark Reeve at email@example.com or on 07990 802879.
Notes to news editors
1. Forestry Commission Scotland is part of the Scottish Government's Environment & Forestry Directorate www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland
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3. Media enquiries to Paul Munro, Forestry Commission Scotland press office 0300 067 6507.