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CWA seminar: Leases, licences and charges in community woods, Laggan Wolftrax Centre

10th February
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This one-day event focuses on the various ways that community woodland groups and other community land owners can generate income through leases, licences and charges to others for using their woods. The programme will cover long term leasing arrangements for woodland crofts and woodlots, as well as private and public sector approaches to charging for activities such as organised sporting events, car parking, sporting rights and commercial filming.



The seminar schedule will include presentations, interactive workshops and an opportunity to stretch our legs. The event is supported by Highlands and Islands Enterprise and hosted by Laggan Forest Trust, is free to representatives of community groups and we will be able reimburse T&S costs for representatives of groups from the HIE area.

The event will take place at: Laggan Wolftrax Centre, Strathmashie, Inverness-shire PH20 1BU from 10am – 4pm approx.
Please book no later than 3rd Feb. Please contact Caroline Derbyshire at admin@communitywoods.org should you need any more information.
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  CWA seminar: Leases, licences and charges in community woods, Laggan Wolftrax Centre
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