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Arboriculture News 24th January 2020
 

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Analysis
 
What are the biggest challenges facing the arboricultural contracting sector?
What are the biggest challenges facing the arboricultural contracting sector?
 
 
How a ‘major cock-up’ led to the felling of protected trees and £420k in fines
How a ‘major cock-up’ led to the felling of protected trees and £420k in fines
“I’d hate the [Tree Preservation Order] system to go, but it is currently not fit for purpose,” says the Woodland Trust’s Oliver Newham.
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HW Survey
 
Will Brexit be good for Horticulture? - HW Survey
Will Brexit be good for Horticulture? - HW Survey
With the deadline for the UK's exit from the European Union now in sight, minds are sharpened and businesses are now focusing on what Brexit will mean for them.
 
News
 
Prime Welsh oak trees yield 50,000 saplings for woodland creation Prime Welsh oak trees yield 50,000 saplings for woodland creation
 
 
Ash trade resumes in the UK Ash trade resumes in the UK
 
 
Pioneering project to tackle ash dieback launches International Year of Plant Health Pioneering project to tackle ash dieback launches International Year of Plant Health
 
 
Active threats to ancient woods tops a thousand, says Woodland Trust Active threats to ancient woods tops a thousand, says Woodland Trust
 
 
Figures from Wildlife Trusts report on the detrimental impact of the high speed rail line's construction are 'simply inaccurate', says HS2 Figures from Wildlife Trusts report on the detrimental impact of the high speed rail line's construction are 'simply inaccurate', says HS2
 
 
Sustainable masterplan sought for woodland visitor destination in the Midlands Sustainable masterplan sought for woodland visitor destination in the Midlands
 
Sector Preview
 
Sector Preview 2020 -  Arboriculture
Sector Preview 2020 - Arboriculture
 
HORTICULTURE WEEK EXCLUSIVE RANKING
 
UK arboriculture businesses are "doing more for less" hears HW's Top 30 Arboriculture Business report
UK arboriculture businesses are "doing more for less" hears HW's Top 30 Arboriculture Business report
 
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