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  • Harrison (Haugham and Burwell) Woodlands is believed to have been in existence since the early 1600s and is an attractive commercial woodland extending to c.483ac (195ha) and is being offered for sale as a whole. It comprises mixed age and species of both Conifer and Broadleaf trees and benefits from good internal access tracks. Situated in a rural location, the woodland maintains a tranquil and quiet character whilst still offering potential purchasers the opportunity to acquire a well managed commercial woodland.

    The woodland generally lies on flat ground 70-85m above sea level with a narrow valley running along the south western edge. The soils are freely draining and slightly acidic but base rich and there are a number of ponds located throughout the woodland.

    The woodland is a Planted Ancient Woodland Site (PAWS), with conifers being removed as part of the restoration of the ancient woodland. The woodland is also home to a Scheduled Ancient Monument as well as an HER monument record for earthworks.


    A 10 year Forestry Commission Woodland Management Plan commenced in 2022 and is in place to provide management guidance for both improving the commercial operations and enhancing the condition of the woodland with habitat management. Thinning and felling operations have been undertaken and provide an opportunity to remove diseased Ash and non-natives, and the next generation of tree planting has begun ensuring a diverse woodland in terms of age, structure and species range.

    A Woodland Tree Health Grant is available subject to the necessary works being carried out and a claim being submitted. This agreement runs to September 2026.


    A Countryside Stewardship Higher Tier Scheme was entered into in 2023 with a 5 year work programme currently in place for woodland improvement, alongside deer and squirrel control and management providing an annual revenue of £46,687.58 per annum across the site, subject to meeting the terms of the scheme.

    The Countryside Stewardship Scheme will be transferred to the purchaser and the annual payment for the year in which the woodland is sold will be apportioned between the vendor and purchaser.

    The selling agent advises prospective purchasers to review all of the associated Woodland Management Plan and Countryside Stewardship Scheme paperwork before submitting an offer.


    Access to and within the woodland is excellent, on clearly defined stone tracks and rides throughout, facilitating timber extraction and management operations with gated, well defined access points and ample splays for timber lorries.

    There is also a wood yard comprising two adjacent steel portal framed buildings. In addition there is a large concrete yard area situated within easy reach of the buildings.


    Harrison Haugham and Burwell Woodland is located close to the village of Muckton, situated in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The land benefits from good transport links and is within easy travelling distance to the market town of Louth.


    There is potential to operate a Game Shoot within the woodland, and there are populations of both Roe Deer and Muntjac living in the woodland offering a potential purchaser with a number of sporting opportunities. These rights are included in the sale where they are owned.

    Deer management is currently undertaken by a local group and it is possible that this arrangement can continue subject to the parties agreeing terms.


    The property is currently managed to a high standard on behalf of the vendor by Liz Sharkey of Sharkey Forestry Ltd. This service could be continued with the potential purchaser subject to agreeing terms.


    The land benefits from a Felling Licence (Forestry Act 1967) granted in June 2022 and valid until June 2032 for thinning and felling. Full details are enclosed within the Information pack.


    The land is being sold freehold with vacant possession.


    A schedule of areas has been prepared within the offices of the sole agent. The purchaser shall be deemed to have satisfied themselves as to the accuracy of these plans.


    The property is situated within the East Lindsey District Council. The purchaser must satisfy themselves with any planning matters prior to submitting an offer.


    The land is sold subject to and with the benefit of all existing wayleaves, easements and quasi-easements and rights of way, covenants and restrictions whether mentioned in these particulars or not.


    The buyer(s) shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the seller nor the selling agents will be responsible for defining ownership of the boundaries. A plan showing ownership according to the Land Registry is available from the Selling Agents.


    It is not anticipated that VAT will be charged, however, should any sale of any part of the land or any rights attached to it become a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such tax will also be payable by the purchaser(s) in addition to the contract price.


    The yard benefits from a mains water supply.

    Prospective purchasers will have to satisfy themselves as to the availability of services and future connections.


    There can be significant taxation benefits from owning woodland. We advise that you speak to your professional advisors for advice in relation to this matter.


    Viewing is strictly by appointment with the agents. For your own personal safety please be aware of hazards within the woodland when viewing.


    The land is for sale by Private Treaty as a whole. Prospective purchasers should register their interest with the selling agent to whom offers should be submitted.


    An information pack including the title documents, plans, rights of way, Woodland Management plan, Countryside Stewardship Scheme and Felling Licence are available for inspection with the selling agents.


    The land is sold subject to an overage clause whereby 30% of any uplift in value on implementation or sale following the grant of a planning permission for uses other than forestry will be payable to the vendor. The clause is to run for a period of 25 years.

    Overage is to be secured by a restriction on the registered title and legal charge. The Vendors may consider offers free of any development clawback provision.


    The site may offer opportunities for alternative development subject to meeting the requirements of all relevant planning policy and obtaining all relevant permissions and consents.


    Simon Giles
    Tinn Criddle
    6 High Street
    LN13 9DX

    Telephone - 01507 462882
    Email -


    In accordance with the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017, the Selling Agents are required to undertake due diligence on property purchasers. Once an offer has been accepted, the prospective purchaser(s) will need to provide, as a minimum, proof of identity and residence, proof of source of funds for the purchase, and complete a purchasers questionnaire before the transaction can proceed.


    Contact the agents for further details
    Russell Jeanes 07966 104101
    Lauren Chamberlin 07534 551320

    CMCL RUPR WLFT Property Ref: 101134007901

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