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HMRC have been scrutinizing forestry businesses in the South of Scotland which could mean businesses have to change the way they operate.
The first logs have been processed at BSW Timber’s new Fort William site, marking the completion of the latest phase of the £37 million expansion at the state-of-the-art Lochaber mill.
Scottish rural businesses encouraged to put innovation at the heart of their development and tap into the expertise of the countries leading academic institutions.
Fast track funding has been awarded to a new consortium of researchers for studying ash dieback fungus
An innovative study has estimated that Edinburgh’s urban forest removes around 100 tonnes of harmful airborne pollutants each year.
BSW Timber has further expanded its overseas shipments with a 5,000m3 supply deal with timber distributors from Kuwait, Dubai and China.
The Economics of Climate Resilience (ECR) project develops an economic framework to assess the case for adaptation in the UK.
Scotland hosts first Pavilion at Ecobuild exhibition
PIABC invite you to join them for the launch of new qualifications and apprenticeships aimed at the wood industry on Tuesday 25th September, 12:30pm, the Legends Lounge, Ricoh Arena, Coventry.
Research funders have come together in a bid to find innovative ways of addressing current and emerging threats to UK forests, woods and trees from pests and diseases. The multi-disciplinary Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative aims to generate knowledge to support the future health and resilience of trees and woodlands.
Scotland’s long established tradition of innovation is being used to shape future housing on a new demonstration park at the heart of the Ravenscraig Regeneration Project.
Funding available for new applications for the 2012-13 period