With six sites across the UK and Ireland, we manage almost 2,500 acres of woodland, caring for and ensuring the long-term sustainability of these irreplaceable forests and the species which live within them. As a business, we have been operating in the UK for more than three decades, but some of our forests can trace their roots back to the 11th century. They have played host to kings and legends, supported local industry, and even hosted an archaeological dig. For us, the stories of our forests have three chapters – their life before we arrived, the benefits of responsible construction and operation, and their future.
Our most southern village is home to some of the most magnificent examples of giant redwoods in the world – in fact, we’re proud to say that one of our trees is the second tallest specimen in Europe.
Set within the largest lowland man-made forest in England, Elveden Forest covers around 400 acres within the Breckland, an area of national importance.
Our newest village in the UK, Woburn Forest is nestled into 357 acres of coniferous woodland within the Woburn Estate.
Located in the heart of Ireland, our newest village covers some 450 acres of Newcastle Wood in County Longford.