Tag Archives : Plan for Trees


Realising the value of trees

What is a tree worth? Sounds like a daft question, doesn’t it? Trees can’t be worth anything. They’re trees. They don’t go out to work, people don’t pay to see them. They just sit there being trees. If anything they cost us money to maintain, don’t they? Well, as it turns out, thanks to an innovative new […]

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Partners sign Plan For Trees partnership agreement

Partners in Plymouth have signed the Plan For Trees commitment to enhancing Plymouth’s tree coverage. Plymouth City Council, Plymouth Community Homes, the Woodland Trust, Plymouth Tree Partnership, the National Trust and Plymouth Open Spaces Network, have all signed an agreement to be a member of the steering group that fulfils the Plan’s Delivery Programme which […]


New plan for Plymouth’s trees

A major new plan to enhance Plymouth’s tree coverage has been announced by Plymouth City Council’s Cabinet. The Plan for Trees has been developed working with a range of local and national partners since 2016, and has been informed by a survey of 1105 residents. In addition to the Plan, the Council will sign an […]


What you told us about Plymouth’s trees

Plymouth City Council wants to thank everyone who took the time to respond to its survey on the city’s trees. The Council carried out public engagement to help shape the city’s Plan for Trees between Monday 20 August and Sunday 16 September, and in total 1,105 residents responded to the survey, though the council engaged […]