Antalis at Thorney Coppice


This is a mixed coniferous and native broadleaf productive woodland, just outside Kettering, Northants, between the A4300 and the A6116. Oak has been chosen as it is a native species that already forms a high proportion of the trees in the surrounding woodland and is proven to grow very well on local soils. Trees will be variously thinned and replanted, with the Norway spruce acting as a nurse crop for the oaks. The woodland will also improve connectivity for some existing woodland sites.


Validated under the Woodland Carbon Code.

Project additional benefits:

  • wildlife
  • productive
  • Trees planted:

  • Total 14,400 - of these 4,000 for Antalis
  • When:

  • 2015
  • Predicted CO2 capture:

  • 3,602 tonnes over 100 years, of this 1,000 tonnes for Antalis
  • Species mix:

  • Oak 40%, Norway spruce 60%