SFGS Deer Fence Lines

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Title
SFGS Deer Fence Lines
Alternate title
FCPRODUCT.S_SFGS_FENCE
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Date ( Revision )
Identifier
FCPRODUCT.S_SFGS_FENCE

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Abstract
Scottish Forestry Grant Scheme - SFGS Following publication of the Scottish Executive’s Scottish Forestry Strategy 'Forests for Scotland' the opportunity was taken to review the Woodland Grant Scheme and the Farm Woodland Premium Scheme and give them a greater Scottish focus. The Scottish Forestry Grant Scheme (SFGS) - encouraged the creation and management of woods and forests to provide economic, environmental and social benefits. Grants were available under three main areas: - Grants for woodland expansion - creating new woodlands. - Restocking grants, for replanting following felling. - Stewardship grants, for a range of activities in existing woodlands. Applications for SFGS grants started in June 2003 and closed in August 2006. Most grants for SFGS were based on a percentage of Standard Costs of agreed operations. The Standard Cost took account of the costs of labour, plants, machinery, materials and supervision to do work to the specification as set out in the SFGS Standard Costs and Specifications Booklet. Depending upon the level of public benefit, grant payments were either at 60% or 90% of the Standard Cost. In the case of restocking, Standard Costs were mostly pitched at 75% of the new planting Standard Costs. Grants were available for planting proposals that met one or more of the following objectives: - Establishing well-designed productive woodland. - Expanding areas of native woodland, preferably through natural regeneration and the development of Forest Habitat Networks. - Improving riparian habitat. - Improving the quality and setting of urban or post-industrial areas. - Improving the diversity of the farmed and crofting landscape. Details of all eligible operations are set out within the 'Applicants Booklet' available from Conservancy Offices. ************************SFGS OBJECTIVES**************************** The abbreviations below list the SFGS objectives proposals are designed to meet: Establishment grants P1 to establish well-designed productive forest P2 to expand the area of native woodland P3 to improve a riparian habitat P4 to improve the quality and setting of urban or post-industrial areas P5 to improve the diversity of the farmed/crofting landscape Stewardship Grants S1 to improve timber quality S2 to reduce deer numbers S3 to improve the ecological value of native woodlands S4 to improve woodland biodiversity S5 to enhance landscape value S6 to develop alternative systems to clear-felling S7 to develop woodland recreation S8 to develop community involvement Restocking grants R1 to produce well designed productive forest R2 to restore areas of native woodland R3 to improve riparian habitat R4 to improve the quality and setting of urban or post-industrial areas R5 to improve the diversity of the farmed/crofting landscape Felling F1 Clear felling F2 Selective felling F3 Continuous Cover F4 Thinning Other land OL is not grant aided ********************************************************************************** DEER FENCE LINES: GRANT_TYPE DESCRIPTION 307 Deer fencing - light specification 308 Deer fencing - heavy specification 309 Upgrade stock to deer fence 329 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 334 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 340 Conversion of deer fence to stock 342 Deer fence removal 343 Marking Fenceline 344 Modifying Deer/caper: half wood @ 30cm 345 Modifying deer/caper: half wood @ 15cm 346 Modifying deer/caper: full length wdwork 347 Modify deer/caper - 1m droppers @ 30cm 348 Modify deer/caper - 1m droppers @ 15cm 407 Deer fencing - light specification 408 Deer fencing - heavy specification 409 Upgrade stock to deer fence 425 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 426 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 450 Conversion of deer fence to stock 452 Deer fence removal 453 Marking Fenceline 454 Modifying Deer/caper: half wood @ 30cm 455 Modifying deer/caper: half wood @ 15cm 456 Modifying deer/caper: full length wdwork 457 Modify deer/caper - 1m droppers @ 30cm 458 Modify deer/caper - 1m droppers @ 15cm 521 Deer fence removal 528 Deer fencing - light specification 529 Deer fencing - heavy specification 530 Deer fencing - temporary 531 Deer and rabbit fencing 532 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 533 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 534 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 612 Deer fencing - light specification 613 Deer fencing - heavy specification 614 Deer fencing - temporary 615 Deer and rabbit fencing 616 Upgrade stock to deer fence 617 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 618 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 619 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 702 Deer fence removal 916 Conversion of deer fence to stock 918 Deer fence removal 923 Deer fencing - light specification 924 Deer fencing - heavy specification 925 Upgrade stock to deer fence 926 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 927 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 929 Marking Fenceline 930 Modifying Deer/caper: half wood @ 30cm 931 Modifying deer/caper: half wood @ 15cm 932 Modifying deer/caper: full length wdwork 1007 Deer fencing - light specification 1008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 1009 Deer fencing - temporary 1010 Deer and rabbit fencing 1011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 1012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 1013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 1014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 1024 Marking Fenceline 2007 Deer fencing - light specification 2008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 2009 Deer fencing - temporary 2010 Deer and rabbit fencing 2011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 2012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 2013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 2014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 2024 Marking Fenceline 3007 Deer fencing - light specification 3008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 3009 Deer fencing - temporary 3010 Deer and rabbit fencing 3011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 3012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 3013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 3014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 3024 Marking Fenceline 4007 Deer fencing - light specification 4008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 4009 Deer fencing - temporary 4010 Deer and rabbit fencing 4011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 4012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 4013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 4014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 4024 Marking Fenceline 5007 Deer fencing - light specification 5008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 5009 Deer fencing - temporary 5010 Deer and rabbit fencing 5011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 5012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 5013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 5014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 5030 Marking Fenceline 6507 Deer fencing - light specification 6508 Deer fencing - heavy specification 6509 Deer fencing - temporary 6510 Deer and rabbit fencing 6511 Upgrade stock to deer fence 6512 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 6513 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 6514 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 6524 Marking Fenceline 7007 Deer fencing - light specification 7008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 7009 Deer fencing - temporary 7010 Deer and rabbit fencing 7011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 7012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 7013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 7014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 7024 Marking Fenceline 7507 Deer fencing - light specification 7508 Deer fencing - heavy specification 7509 Deer fencing - temporary 7510 Deer and rabbit fencing 7511 Upgrade stock to deer fence 7512 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 7513 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 7514 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 7524 Marking Fenceline 8007 Deer fencing - light specification 8008 Deer fencing - heavy specification 8009 Deer fencing - temporary 8010 Deer and rabbit fencing 8011 Upgrade stock to deer fence 8012 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 8013 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 8014 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 8024 Marking Fenceline 8507 Deer fencing - light specification 8508 Deer fencing - heavy specification 8509 Deer fencing - temporary 8510 Deer and rabbit fencing 8511 Upgrade stock to deer fence 8512 Deer/Caper fence: Full height woodwork 8513 Deer/Caper fence: Full wooden droppers 8514 Deer/Caper fence : half length woodwork 8524 Marking Fenceline ************************** SPATIAL DATA ********************************** There are four spatial datasets associated with SFGS. These represent the scheme boundary, management plan boundaries, sub-compartment boundaries and deer fence lines within each approved SFGS scheme. There is no non-spatial database table associated with this dataset. ********************************************************************************** Attributes: Scheme_No SFGS Scheme number Grant_Type SFGS Operation Code Obj_Code SFGS Objective (see above) Descriptor Description of data level SchemeName Name of SFGS Scheme Cons_Name Conservancy name Grid_Ref National grid reference Local_Auth Local Authority name SchemeType Type of scheme (eg. SFGS, Forest Plan, etc) Status Status of SFGS scheme Cont_Start Date contract started **************************************************************************************

Publisher

Scottish Forestry - GIS ( Head of Geo-Information Services )
Silvan House, 231 Corstorphine Road
Edinburgh
City of Edinburgh
EH12 7AT
United Kingdom

Owner

Scottish Forestry - Operational Delivery ( Head of Operational Delivery )
Silvan House, 231 Corstorphine Road
Edinburgh
City of Edinburgh
EH12 7AT
United Kingdom
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Keywords
  • Forest ManagementGrant SchemesPlanningEnvironmentFellingLandscapeWoodlandLicenceOwnershipSFGSForestryFencingDeer
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Please ensure that the following acknowledgement is displayed on any hard copy: Reproduced by Permission of Ordnance Survey on behalf of HMSO. © Crown copyright and database right [year]. Ordnance Survey Licence number 100043970.
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Topic category
  • Farming
  • Biota
  • Economy
  • Environment
Geographic identifier
GB-SCT

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Reference system identifier
EPSG / OSGB 1936 / British National Grid (EPSG:27700) / 7.9

Distribution format
  • ESRI Shapefile ( 1.0 )

  • WMS ( 1.3.0 )

dataset
Statement
SFGS data was captured from approved contracts. Boundaries were interpreted from applicants maps using OS data, aerial photography, LPIS field boundaries and legacy grant scheme data. Boundaries were snapped to OS Mastermap polygon data wherever appropriate. This dataset was regularly updated following the schemes closure up until 2017. No further updates will be applied.

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Metadata standard name
UK GEMINI
Metadata standard version
2.2

Point of contact

Scottish Forestry - GIS ( Head of Geo-Information Services )
Silvan House, 231 Corstorphine Road
Edinburgh
City of Edinburgh
EH12 7AT
United Kingdom