Woodland management improves woodland for park users and biodiversity
This site on the south Kent coast is a holiday park which is perched on a chalk buff above the beach.
When Novell Tullett was appointed the TPO’d woodland surrounding the site had had no management for at least 30 years.
In consultation with the park’s new managers and tenants, NT developed proposals for improving the car park, felling dead and dangerous trees, long term thinning and woodland management.
The objectives were to open up the woodland in order to encourage more species, creating a more diverse mosaic of ecological habitats and better amenity for the park users.
Diversity of habitat and biodiversity increased and improved
Woodland accessible and inviting for holiday park guests