How many people have accessible woodland within easy access of their homes?
How does this vary from county to county?
How much further do we need to go?
All these questions and much more are answered in our latest 'Space for People' report, which sets out our analysis of access to woodland in the UK.
The Independent Panel's Final Report is out!
By developing accessible woodland near to where people live, in both urban and rural areas, the Woodland Trust believes society will enjoy many of the other benefits that woodland offers, including health improvement, landscape enhancement, better quality air, soil stabilisation and flood alleviation.
What does the report say?
The report gives a snap shot of the extent of publicly accessible woodland close to people's homes.
Read the full report
Read a summary of the report
How do the stats vary from region to region?
Take a look at the following graphs...
Regions of England
Local authorities of England
Local authorities of Northern Ireland
Local authorities of Scotland
Local authorities of Wales
How do our latest Space for People results compare to those of 2004?
Download the document below to find out...
Space for People results - 2004