Nearly 1,300 jobs are to be axed by the National Trust.
The landscape charity said it was continuing to deal with the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
After carrying out the biggest redundancy consultation in its 125-year history, the trust has today announced it is making 514 compulsory redundancies and has accepted 782 voluntary redundancies.
The trust says that the decision has been made following 45 days of consultation which has seen it consider 14,500 pieces of feedback from staff and volunteers.
In July, the trust warned job losses and budget cuts were inevitable after almost every aspect of its income was hit by the coronavirus crisis.
It had proposed making 1,200 compulsory redundancies, saving almost £60m of its annual staff budget.
But following a wide-ranging consultation with affected staff and voluntary redundancies, the number of compulsory job losses has reduced by half.