Consultation plans for council tree felling proposed

By Martin Ford | 03 January 2019

Councils would be required to consult residents before cutting down trees in urban areas under Government plans.

The proposals put forward by environment secretary Michael Gove, aimed at protecting street trees, would mean a consultation with the community would have to be held before a tree could be chopped down by a local authority.

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