Introducing our Five-Year Plan for Glencoe Wood
Written by: Doug
Published: 10th July 2015, last updated: 5th October 2021
An up-to-date account of conservation efforts completed on the Highland Titles Nature Reserve
For those of you interested in the conservation progress on the Highland Titles Nature Reserve, this is the perfect report for you to get your hands on.
For those of you that don’t know, in 2008 Highland Titles put together an interpretive plan to direct the development of Keil Hill (Glencoe Wood) as a Nature Reserve. This was to become the first five-year plan, monitoring progress against our conservation goals and objectives between 2008 and 2012.
Following this, a second five-year plan was established to continue the flow of development. This second five-year plan runs from 2014 to 2018. To ensure progress, we committed to providing an annual update. This allows us to update our stakeholders on a yearly basis with what we have achieved each year and benchmark against what we have proposed to achieve in our five-year plan.
We did the 2015 update back in March. It was a very matter of fact update. Fit for purpose but frankly only of interest to relatively few. We felt though that the information could be of great interest to many of our Lairds. So we set to on reproducing the current five-year plan in a much more accessible manner, with additional commentary on progress and other related anecdotes.
What does the Five-Year Plan entail?
Our 2015 update of our five-year plan includes the following details:
- A message from Dr Peter Bevis, Managing Director of Highland Titles
- An introduction to the Highland Titles Nature Reserve and a history of Glencoe Wood
- Review of five-year plan and associated risks
- Ongoing yearly targets
We hope you enjoy it!
Read our Glencoe Wood Five-Year Plan: The 2015 Update
Download our five-year plan
To download this Five-Year Plan and for more information on previous versions and five-year plans please click here.
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