The Forestry Commission England Area team work to protect, improve and expand the woodland resource across the North West and West Midlands Area.
We enable landowners and managers, businesses, civil society or organisations, and local communities to protect, improve and expand the entire woodland resource in England.
We provide a service based on evidence based standards, expert advice, communications, partnerships and grants and by regulating forestry.
The North West and West Midlands Area contains almost 250,000 hectares of woodland across a wide range of landscape types, including 3 National Parks and 8 Areas of Outstanding National Beauty. The area contains over 12 million people.
Your Local Woodland Officer can assist you with expert advice about managing your woodland, the range of support available and the regulatory processes involved
Grant support, felling and planting permissions, advice and information
Visit a Forestry Commission woodland near you
Visit all woodlands near you, including Woodland trust, National Trust and Wildlife Trust woodlands
Tree health, pests and diseases, biosecurity
Our projects with partner organisations
All the latest events and news in the North West and West Midlands
North West and West Midlands committee chairs and members