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FORESTRY WORKS – Bulford Strip, Salisbury Plain

Landmarc have been tasked to fell the conifer trees from woodland strip at Bulford. Unfortunately, due to species and soil conditions, many of the trees are starting to die and fall over. To ensure the longterm retention of this valuable woodland, we need to change the species mix.  Where we can, broadleaved trees will be left, but all conifer trees will be removed. Following felling, we will mulch the site – to remove all harvesting debris, before planting with oak, rowan, hornbeam and birch which will develop into a woodland and green space for residents to use.  Works will begin week commencing 29th October for approx. 4 weeks and during this time, we ask for your co-operation to observe and adhere to the warning signs and barriers that will be installed.

  • Access through work sites is prohibited – for your own safety, please adhere to all safety signs and do not cross tape barriers and enter the active harvesting site.
  • Do not climb on timber stacks.
  • Please keep your dogs on leads and supervise children at all times.
  • Please do not approach working machinery or moving Lorries and vehicles.


These works are being undertaken through the Defence Infrastructure Organisation development plans which are drawn up with the approval and consent of both Natural England and the Forestry Commission.

For further information on this work, please contact:
Landmarc Support Services Helpdesk on 0800 0223334