A progressive independent commercial business, created by Act of Parliament. Our portfolio includes the whole of Regent Street and much of St James’s in London’s West End, prime regional shopping centres, Windsor Great Park, rural land and coastline, and the UK’s seabed.
Windsor Great Park is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest by Natural England, and is incredibly valuable for conservation. The Park is potentially vulnerable and uncontrolled fires pose a significant risk to the park, its wildlife, and the many visitors that enjoy this beautiful landscape.
All forms of barbecue and camp fire are prohibited.
While exploring Windsor Great Park during the spring, summer and autumn months it is important to be aware of the risk of ticks. Ticks can inhabit areas of woodland and heathland, and some tick bites can be dangerous, so we recommend thoroughly checking for bites at the end of your visit.
The following tips will also help you to avoid being bitten:
Stick to paths and avoid walking through long grass or other dense vegetation.
Wear long sleeved tops, trousers and closed shoes (not sandals) when walking through tall vegetation.
Wearing lighter colours can be helpful, as it makes it easier to see any ticks.
Inspect skin regularly, and make sure children’s head and neck areas are properly checked
At the end of the day, check thoroughly to make sure ticks are not brought home on clothes or pets.
Use insect repellent, and use tick repellent collars on pets. Tick treatments are also available from your vet.
Timber Harvesting is taking place this winter in Swinley Forest.
This is part of the sustainable management of the Forest and produces wood that is used in local sawmills to produce timber for construction, fencing and landscaping materials. Lower grade timber is used to make animal bedding or for biomass to produce heat and energy.
The cycle of felling and replanting of woodlands is important for the rare flora and fauna found in the forest, especially ground nesting birds which live in the open areas and young plantations created following felling.
Please be aware that the work is being done using large machinery and there will be timber lorries operating on the forest roads. Please keep well clear of working machinery and observe warning signs and directions from operators. Timber harvesting can be dangerous and they are here to keep you safe.
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