Work to begin in Dunblane's Pisgah Woods
WORK is due to start next month in the Pisgah Woods, Dunblane.
A number of coniferous trees have matured and come to the age of harvesting and in order to give the younger trees more room to grow, will be felled.
As well as this, a number of deciduous, broad leaved trees adjacent to the golf course will be thinned. Signs have been placed in areas around Dunblane, including several core paths to inform residents of the work.
The work will be carried out on behalf of UPM Tilhil forestry.
A spokesperson from the company said: "We are hoping that people will stay completely out of the forest while work is being done.
Signs have been placed which have contact information for
ourselves should members of the public have any queries."
It is thought the work on the trees should not affect the
picturesque views from the golf course.
The work is expected to last around four months.
This article appeared in Allanwater Herald 29 Jun 12
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