Detailed guide: Woodland tree health grant: Countryside Stewardship

Forestry Commission

July 8
23:15 2020


Woodland tree health grant applications move to domestic regulations from 15 July 2020. A new guidance manual will be available from this date (15 July 2020).


You can apply for this capital grant all year round.

The grant is for one-off payments towards the cost of:

  • restocking woodland after a tree health problem
  • felling diseased trees or rhododendron control

Read the manual to understand:

  • the aims and benefits of the grant
  • who can apply
  • how to apply
  • requirements and conditions

If your agreement started before 8 July 2020 it was under EU regulations. You can read guidance for agreements under EU regulations at Information for agreement holders

Published 2 August 2019
Last updated 9 July 2020 +show all updates
  1. Link to manual removed - applications under EU regulations closed on 8 July 2020. New guidance manual (under domestic regulations) will be available from 15 July 2020.

  2. Publication of the Woodland Tree Health leaflet.

  3. Removal of out of date leaflet

  4. Added the Countryside Stewardship Woodland Tree Health leaflet

  5. First published.

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