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coppice

a thicket or dense growth of small trees or bushes, esp one regularly trimmed back to stumps so that a continual supply of small poles and firewood is obtained

coppice

[′käp·əs]
(ecology)
A growth of small trees that are repeatedly cut down at short intervals; the new shoots are produced by the old stumps.
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The following example illustrates how coppice firewood production stacks up against trees of seed origin.
Natasha has undoubtedly made a real impression in her time at Birch Coppice," said Kevin Ashfield, development director at IM Properties, which acquired the business park 20 years ago.
Karl Morton, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey North East, said: "Nobody wants to waste vital hours that they could be spending with their family sitting in a car or a train, so developments like The Coppice are ideal for those wanting a better work-life-balance.
At the time it was known as Elmdon Heath Council Infants School Damson Lane and was surrounded by fields and the houses being built on Coppice Road, at the end of which was an area of woodland.
uk or John Botten, 37 Coppice Road, Solihull, B92 9JY John Botten, School Governor, Coppice Junior School, Solihull
Target: Logistics facilities at Birch Coppice, Birmingham and at Warth Park, Raunds, Northamptonshire
Managing director Robert Ginsberg said: "We are delighted to be working with IM Properties on our second unit on Birch Coppice which will allow for further growth over the next 15 years.
A spokesman said: "At around 4pm, officers executed Misuse of Drugs Act warrants at a property on The Coppice and two houses on Curate Road.
But first, they will need to go out into woodland to see coppice and standard trees, while collecting wood they can use.
The multiple stem structure that is typical for coppice forests does not result in technical problems or significantly higher time consumption for the harvester, even though it is slightly more time-consuming to grab and fell multistem trees than a single tree.
The company recently adopted Rentokil's PestNetOnline tool, an online reporting and monitoring system, offering a way for Coppice Alupack to improve its scoring and overall productivity.
Following a machine breakdown, packaging company Coppice Alupack had to react quickly otherwise it was faced with the possibility of six-weeks downtime.