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Woods and Forests for Sale? Why Buy A Woodland? Buying a Wood in the UK ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Looking at woods and forests for sale? Thinking of buying a woodland in the UK? Watch this video on why people have bought an English wood. Many people wonder why you should buy forest or woodland so we asked some of the members of the Small Woodlands Owner Group why they bought their woods. Answers vary but include relaxation, connection to nature, space, balancing city life, learning, leisure, walking, peace and quiet, camping among the trees, having camp fires and more.

See http://woodlands.co.uk for more information on how to buy a wood.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 15 April, 2009

20 comments so far

gundogsdirect
May 19, 2017

ITS NOT THAT SIMPLE

Gai Ikari
June 11, 2017

pretty sure it is

Raphaél Bazán
October 18, 2017

John Mclean
January 4, 2018

Clearyclan xone look up property on zoopla or any website there's houses that need work done to them cheap

Alex search
January 9, 2018

my company who l work for have land heres my email if you are intrsted [email protected]outlook.com

Steve Tetley
February 22, 2018

Over priced novelty land out of reach for most folk.

Rasputin
March 26, 2018

More woodland would be bought, protected and enjoyed if it was easier to get planning permission to build off-grid eco houses. Here's an example of what I mean. In the UK, the National Trust buys and maintains important public buildings. That's very expensive because they're maintaining big empty museums. In France, the attitude is different. Important public buildings are sold to private owners whose job is to live in and maintain the buildings. Some financial assistance from the public purse is provided. The buildings are still available for viewings but reasonable modernisation is permitted. As a result, more public buildings are maintained at a fraction of the expense. Seriously, if you want wider public ownership of woodland, allow more houses to be built but with strict covenants ensuring the woodland is preserved. That way more woodland is looked after and preserved and EVERYBODY benefits.

Tutamunga
October 7, 2018

Very illegal here in the UK

Greg De-bakers
October 11, 2018

Rasputin absolutely, can you not buy some & make a bolt hole in it for short stays etc?

Greg De-bakers
October 11, 2018

Is it aloud to buy some & build a wooden off grid cabin on it for short stays?

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