Scottish Forestry

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Nine new projects which will improve timber transport in Scotland are to be funded by Scottish Forestry. £800,000 has been allocated to the projects which include upgrades to existing fragile rural roads, creating passing places or building short routes to take timber traffic away from people&

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Scottish Forestry is to invest £2 million towards timber transport projects across Scotland. The funding will help decarbonise the forestry sector and reduce the impacts of timber lorries on communities and the environment.

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Sixteen new projects which help improve Scotland’s timber transport infrastructure, decarbonise the forestry sector and take pressure off rural roads used by communities, have been given a funding boost. The projects will create new haulage routes away from busy villages, build passing places

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A contract worth £2.6 million to move thousands of tonnes of timber by sea instead of by road has been announced. The three-year deal between Scottish Forestry and the Associated British Ports (ABP), TimberLINK service, will move timber from a number of ports in Argyll. The contract aims 

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Greater use of home-grown timber in UK construction is taking a significant step forward through a new demonstrator project, which could lead to a major boost for Scotland’s economy and the industry’s environmental impact. A consortium of partners – comprising of Construction Scotl

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A new exhibition currently open in Glasgow is showcasing sustainable buildings factory-made from wood, demonstrating how innovative timber engineering methods can overcome traditional construction challenges. Supported by Scottish Forestry, engineering and built environment students from Edinburgh N

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