South Yorkshire Woodland Partnership are working hard to plant more trees in South Yorkshire and invite you to check the Tree Equity where you live. The Woodland Trust has unveiled the […]
Teams of surveyors across South Yorkshire will be studying the region’s trees and measuring the environmental benefits they provide for our communities
Street trees are one of the greatest natural assets of Sheffield’s cityscape. Thanks to a new website from the Sheffield Street Tree Partnership, everyone can now access more information about […]
The network of volunteers will help monitor the health of existing street trees, including supporting the planting and care of new young trees.
The first Partnership Street Tree Working Strategy for Sheffield has been released today and will be recommended to Sheffield City Council for adoption next week.
After each meeting of the Strategy Steering Group, we will be uploading to this web page the
presentations and documents that were discussed at the meetings.
Report finds insufficient evidence to confirm illegal felling but identifies lessons learnt for Sheffield City Council and Amey to note and apply for future operations.
Sheffield & Rotherham Wildlife Trust is asking local people to have their say on a Government consultation about whether there should be a duty on local authorities to consult and report on street tree felling and planting.
Sheffield City Council today released a statement regarding a new approach to Sheffield’s street trees.
Sheffield tree lovers are gearing up for a double celebration at the Merlin Theatre on Saturday 29th September.